Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust campaign tirelessly for wildlife, protecting threatened habitats and species. They influence government policy and local planning decisions that affect the future of wildlife and the quality of the environment. As well as monitoring the planning system to look out for damaging proposals, they provide developers, councils and planners with expert advice to help shape plans for local areas.
Holly McCain, Senior Development Officer at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust commented:
“We are very excited to welcome Centrum Pile as a new Corporate Partner of our charity though our Wildlife Guardian Corporate Supporter scheme, which helps fund our important wildlife conservation and habitat restoration work across Nottinghamshire. It is heartening that Centrum Pile recognises the importance of investing in and protecting their local environment and will be working with our conservation team to improve their site in Newark for wildlife. Also by sponsoring the Trust’s Beacon Hill Conservation Park as part of the Nottinghamshire Nature Reserve Fund, we look forward to Centrum Pile’s staff visiting the nature reserve and seeing how their company is funding wildlife conservation work on their doorstep”.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has been safeguarding wildlife and special green spaces since 1963, and with the support from Centrum Pile, they can now do even more. Since its inception in the UK in 1993, Centrum Pile has recognised that concern for the environment should be an integral and fundamental part of its business. They conduct their operations and maintain their state-of-the-art facilities in line with a commitment to enhance their environmental performance. Working with suppliers to minimise the impact of their operations on the environment, Centrum Pile maintain an open information policy towards the concerns of local communities and all other parties affected, interested and involved in their activities and to issues which concern the environment.