Let the bidding commence

The year-long Development Phase of Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Catch my Drift project, which is aimed at improving land and habitat for people, and wildlife on its East Chevington reserve, is now underway.
East Chevington

Funded by players of the National Lottery via a grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the ‘Catch my Drift’ project is set to improve biodiversity and reconnect people with nature at the 185-hectare reserve on Druridge Bay.

The project now has three contract briefs out to tender as part of the Development Phase: the first for a hydrological study of the site and the second for the creation of a masterplan, including a full ecological survey, are due for submission by noon on Thursday 28 February 2019.

The third tender, covering the design of new, or adaptation of existing, wildlife watching structures on the reserve is open until noon on Thursday 28 March 2019.

Anybody wishing to submit a tender(s) should visit www.nwt.org.uk/catch-my-drift.

Speaking about the project, Elaine More, Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Druridge Bay Development Manager said: “The East Chevington reserve has the potential to be an amazing site for people and wildlife, so I would encourage anybody or any organisation wishing to be involved in such an exciting venture to submit their tenders before the closing date.”