Brownfield Case Studies

Case Studies

BP Cats, Teeside

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Canvey Wick SSSI, Canvey Island

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Roughcastle, Falkirk

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Tata Steel, Scunthorpe

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UEL Beetle Bump, London

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Untidy Industries, Basildon

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Meadow creation work at Whittlesey Brick Pits

Whittlesey Brick Pits, Peterborough

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Buglife held a first Brownfield Conference in South Essex in 2012 attended by 110 people followed by a second conference at the Whisby Nature Park Education Centre, a Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Reserve in 2013 attended by 70 delegates.  Delegates came from a variety of backgrounds including ecological consultancies, conservation organisations (RSPB, Wildlife Trusts), statutory organisations (Natural England, Environment Agency, Forestry Commission), expert entomologists, Council ecologists and planners, local naturalist groups, universities and interested individuals. The Conference presentations can be found below.

Conference Presentations

Brownfield Invertebrate Survey

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Urban Landscaping for Biodiversity

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Living Roofs

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State of Brownfields in the Thames Gateway

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Tees Estuary Invertebrate Sites and Invertebrates

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Brownfield Setting the Scene

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Scunthorpe Stepping Stones - a landscape scale approach to brownfield conservation

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Moth Diversity of Selected Industrial Sites in Northern England

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Meadow creation work at Whittlesey Brick Pits

Planning for Brownfield Conservation

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What's behind the behind the hording - creating an inventory of open mosaic habitats

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State of brownfields in the Thames Gateway

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Brownfield Landscaping - Urban Invertebrate Conservation

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Bugs in the System - Habitat Creation for Invertebrates in Humberside

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Ecological restoration at the Whittlesey Brick pits, Cambridgeshire

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