Encouraging Biodiversity and Invertebrates In Victoria

We have been hard at work in Victoria encouraging biodiversity through plant enhancement and increasing the diversity of wildflower mix.

The creation of habitat incidentals such as sand piles, stone mounds and log piles also attracting invertebrates to the area.

Situated on the Wagamama restaurant in Victoria.

stone mounds become a place for insects to hibernate

sand piles are created across the roof








We also installed sparrow and bat boxes to encourage a wide range of wildlife to the centre of London.

Bat box securely in place

Sparrow boxes on the back of a bee hotel









We make these bee hotels from scratch providing solitary bees with a place to make their nest

The end result is a multi functioning green roof in the heart of London with focusing on encouraging biodiversity.