The Cleveland Wildlife Trust
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The Cleveland Wildlife Trust aims to ensure the sustainability of natural wildlife.
We do this by working in co-operation with developers,
planners, industry and the public to maintain and improve essential wildlife
habitat resources within new and existing urban and industrial use.
We were formed in 1979 and now have a membership of over 3000 people.
The Trust manages 14 reserves in a mixture of rural and industrial areas including Coatham Marsh, probably the most ecologically valuable
wetland area on the south banks of the River Tees, incorporating 50 acres of ancient marsh, traversed by fresh water fleets.
There is a reserve car park with permissive routes, with visiting arrangements via CWT who will issue a detailed guide with facilities and hazards.
This reserve attracts a wide range of birds throughout the four seasons, including many migrants.
CLEVELAND WILDLIFE TRUST (CWT)
CONTACTS: JOE COLE or JEREMY GARSIDE
CLEVELAND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS (CEC)
CONTACT: JOHN HARDY
TELEPHONE: +(0) 01642-480033
FACSIMILE: +(0) 01642-480401
CLEVELAND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS
The purpose of CEC is: to provide planners, developers
and industry with the expertise which enables them to ensure new
and existing developments meet the demands of wildlife conservation and environmental issues.
CEC markets its services internationally and is able to assist with projects involving:
- coastal environmental schemes
- international seaports development and improvements
- rivers and canals
- international airport sites
- urban developments, including greening of new towns & cities
- major industrial developments
- rural agricultural programmes
- greening of hotels and public buildings
CEC covenant all profits to the Cleveland Wildlife Trust