Covid-19 update October 2020
As everyone knows, we have entered a second wave of infections resulting in a raft of additional measures and restrictions, which are constantly changing. All of us at Betts are doing everything we can to maintain services. We ask for your support and understanding if things take a little longer as a result.
The importance of our natural environment is clear, whether it’s a small pocket of land or a swathe of beautiful countryside. Every square metre that we enhance helps the overriding goal of protecting our future.
This vision is central to Betts Estates.
With our expert ecology division to hand, we sustainably manage areas of green space for developers and landowners.
From concept and design to ongoing maintenance, we’ll create a plan to enhance your site's biodiversity, complete the work and continually manage your green space.
It benefits everyone: the local authority, your business, residents, and the planet.
Residents living within the green space we manage enjoy nature on their doorstep. From meadows to woodland, hedgerows to waterways, we design and manage these areas, always with environmental protection in mind.
Grass is kept longer to encourage insects and birdlife. Wooded areas, hedgerows, ponds and wetland will be nurtured to welcome inhabitants such as mammals and water life.
Promoting biodiversity is better for everyone.
Trusted by household names
Major PLC housing developers choose Betts Estates to manage their green space -with good reason.
A long-standing team, we’re equipped with all the skills and knowledge you need to get the job done well. Local planning departments like Betts. They welcome our in-depth biodiversity plans to meet your environmental obligations.
Our input smooths your progress. It gets your development underway sooner.
And doing the right thing adds value to your site. House buyers will appreciate the nurtured environment they’re choosing to live in. Their own piece of nature to help their family’s wellbeing.
Residual land adoption
We’re committed to our vision. To that end, we’ve adopted many pieces of residual land and features of no commercial value to developers: assorted grassland, pools, waterways, archaeological sites, ancient woodland, bat lofts, disused railway tracks, local nature reserves and Sites of Biological Interest, even a heritage railway viaduct!
Over time, we develop these corridors of nature for the local community to enjoy. Planting, restoring and landscaping to encourage wildlife, fauna and flora.
We’re very proud of our urban reserves.
We'll even take care of play areas and sustainable drainage basins too.