£10,000-£100,000 Network Rail grants - final call

CREATE, CONNECT, ENHANCE

The final deadline deadline for Stage 1 applications is 26th October. Following this no new project submissions will be accepted.

We are specifically looking to create new woodland, provide better links between woodlands, and to enhance existing woodland and scrub mosaic, though other habitats could be considered (ancient woodland is not eligible).

The aim of this programme is to support biodiversity projects that provide long lasting improvements to wildlife habitats.

We are looking for strategic projects which improve good quality areas by making them bigger and better connected to other wildlife sites and also to improve the quality of existing habitats, in line with the Oxfordshire’s State of Nature Report and Berkshire’s Biodiversity Action Plan 2014-2020. 

Parish councils, local charities and not-for-profit organisations, local authorities and landowners are all eligible to apply.

Projects are to be delivered over a four-year period and are expected between the range of £10,000 and £100,000.

The next deadline for Stage 1 applications for outline project proposals is 3rd September; the final deadline is 26th October. Following this no new project submissions will be accepted.

Take a look at our FAQ and please contact us for more information or to discuss your project ideas before submitting a proposal.

Please also visit our Offsets & Planning and Biodiversity Grants pages for details of other funding opportunities.

£6,490 for biodiversity in Drayton, OX14

TOE has £6,490 available for biodiversity offsets in the Drayton area, OX14.

We are looking for grant applicants who can use the full amount to deliver long-term, measurable, habitat creation and improvement works.

Single-site projects are preferable, although we're always interested in hearing from people with knowledge of potential receptor sites anywhere within Oxfordshire. We keep a record of these should funding become available later.

Full details about this type of funding and how to apply are on the biodiversity offsetting programme page.

Please feel free to get in touch with any questions or to discuss potential projects.

 

 

 

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£37,500 for biodiversity in Wallingford

TOE has £37,500 available for biodiversity offsets in the Wallingford area, South Oxfordshire.

We are looking for grant applicants who can use the full amount to deliver long-term, measurable, habitat creation and improvement works.

Single-site projects in or near Wallingford are preferable, although we're always interested in hearing from people with knowledge of potential receptor sites anywhere within Oxfordshire. We keep a record of these should funding become available later.

Full details about this type of funding and how to apply are on the biodiversity offsetting programme page.

Please feel free to get in touch with any questions or to discuss potential projects.

 

 

 

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£10,948 for biodiversity in Benson

TOE has £10,948 available for biodiversity offsets in the Benson area, South Oxfordshire.

We are looking for grant applicants who can use the full amount to deliver long-term, measurable, habitat creation and improvement works.

Single-site projects in or near Benson are preferable, although we're always interested in hearing from people with knowledge of potential receptor sites anywhere within Oxfordshire. We keep a record of these should funding become available later.

Full details about this type of funding and how to apply are on the biodiversity offsetting programme page.

Please feel free to get in touch with any questions or to discuss potential projects.

 

 

 

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