The University’s Grounds Team have the greatest respect for the environment and biodiversity on campus.
This includes delaying hedge cutting until after the bird nesting season, to avoid disturbing the wildlife that use our hedgerows.
This approach allows nesting birds such as Bullfinch to raise their young successfully.
The Streatham and St Luke’s Campuses are extensively used by nesting birds, with a population of 700-800 breeding birds recorded on our campuses this year.
Bullfinch birds nest
The Biodiversity Strategy Streatham Campus 2016-2021 can be downloaded from the Grounds website.
The Biodiversity Strategy St Luke’s Campus 2016-2021 can be downloaded from the Grounds website.