Ambassadors for Bats

Ambassadors for Bats

17th February 2021

The Bat Conservation Trust is over the moon to announce the wonderful English folk singing star, Kate Rusby, as our first Ambassador.

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Invitation to tender - Nightwatch online volunteer portal

Invitation to tender - Nightwatch online volunteer portal

17th February 2021

The Bat Conservation Trust is inviting tenders for an online volunteer portal and an associated administration system, to support our suite of citizen science surveys

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‘Supporting housing delivery and public service infrastructure' Consultation

‘Supporting housing delivery and public service infrastructure' Consultation

26th January 2021

BCT concerned about a recent consultation entitled ‘Supporting housing delivery and public service infrastructure'

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Britain’s rarest bats feature on new stamp collectibles

Britain’s rarest bats feature on new stamp collectibles

22nd January 2021

Two of Britain’s rarest bats feature in a new series of commemorative stamp First Day Covers released in January 2021, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Britain’s first National Parks being established.

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CALL TO ACTION: ENVIRONMENT BILL REPORT STAGE (26TH JANUARY 2021)

CALL TO ACTION: ENVIRONMENT BILL REPORT STAGE (26TH JANUARY 2021)

21st January 2021

The Environment Bill is being debated for a third time and we need your help

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Our joint letter to the Telegraph about high street planning

Our joint letter to the Telegraph about high street planning

18th January 2021

On 18 January 2021 our joint letter, written together with 18 organisations, was published in the Telegraph:

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Government should rethink damaging planning proposals and plan back better, urges coalition of 18 organisations

Government should rethink damaging planning proposals and plan back better, urges coalition of 18 organisations

15th January 2021

The government should rethink major elements of its controversial planning proposals and work with stakeholders to deliver a planning system that puts people, climate and nature at its heart.

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Company handed largest ever fine in relation to a wildlife crime

Company handed largest ever fine in relation to a wildlife crime

11th December 2020

On Tuesday, 8 December Bellway Homes were fined for destroying a soprano pipistrelle roost at a construction site in London in 2017. We believe Bellway Homes has been ordered to pay a fine of £600,000 by Woolwich Crown Court with further costs on top

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