Projects

Project descriptions outline what we have set out to achieve and how these innovative ideas connect people and bring benefit to community and our business through working in partnership.

  • Apprenticeships at Windsor

    Windsor

    At Windsor Great Park, members of our team are sharing their skills and experience with young apprentices, helping the next generation develop positive futures for themselves and developing the skilled workforce we need for the future.

  • Chemical-free Pest Control

    Windsor

    Windsor Great Park includes thousands of acres of sweeping parkland, award-winning gardens and ancient woodlands. We recently embarked on a new initiative to reduce the use of herbicides and insecticides across these varied habitats, potentially moving to all natural control measures.

  • Native Hedgerows

    Windsor

    We’ve replaced non-indigenous hedgerows with attractive native species at Windsor, enhancing landscape aesthetics and cultural heritage for visitors, at the same time as adding biodiversity value.

  • Ox Pond Restoration

    Windsor

    We’ve given new life to an historic pond, creating another beautiful destination for visitors to enjoy at Windsor and enhancing biodiversity value.

  • Restoring Historic Landscapes

    Windsor

     

    We’re delighted to be bringing new life to historic landscapes at Sunninghill and Bagshot Parks, restoring heritage features for current and future generations to enjoy.

  • Scout Campsite Upgrade

    Windsor

    At the Bears Rails Scout Campsite in Windsor Great Park, we've contributed towards a new toilet and shower building that will open up access for disabled visitors and significantly improve the current facilities.

  • Veteran Trees

    Windsor

    We’re funding a programme to help understand, prevent and control the oak processionary moth at Windsor Great Park – protecting ancient oaks and caring for visitor wellbeing.

  • Violet Click Beetles

    Windsor

    As active land managers, we’re delighted to be funding a study that we hope will create new habitats for the rare violet click beetle, helping to safeguard the future of this endangered species.