Our story starts here

As custodians of the land, we believe that the closer we are to the planet, the more we will be inspired to protect it.

That’s why through our regenerative family estate, we’re helping people and businesses reconnect with nature and each other.

 

About Belmont

WHAT WE DO

Environmental Restoration

Through rewilding, rewetting, regenerative agriculture and offsetting projects, we’re helping to restore biodiversity, combat climate breakdown and demonstrate a new approach to managing land.


WHAT WE DO

Corporate Partnerships

Through support of our nature-positive restoration projects or volunteering days in our rewilding project, our business partnerships are helping make a real difference.


WHAT WE DO

Nature-based Education

We want to ensure everyone has access to nature. That’s why we provide free immersive educational opportunities for the community, to help inspire everyone to become more connected to our natural world.


WHAT WE DO

Building a Community

Through our volunteering programmes, outdoor shared experiences, communal dining opportunities and collaboration with charities and wider community organisations, we’re encouraging people to reconnect with nature and each other.


WHAT WE DO

BNG & Natural Capital

Biodiversity enhancement and net gain are rising priorities for both business and society. As an outcome of the landscape-scale nature recovery projects we are undertaking, we’re uniquely positioned to offer a variety of high-integrity natural capital products that can provide tangible benefits to help businesses be nature positive.


Scrub and grassland habitat in rewilding project
Variety of habitats

OUR JOURNEY SO FAR

4370

People accessed the nature-connection programme so far

4370 people
1612

Animal and plant species recorded within the rewilding project

1282

Hours of volunteer surveying in the rewilding project

Number of volunteer hours
2835

School children accessed the nature connection programme so far

Number of school children
208

Wildlife and community volunteers engaged with rewilding project

127

Family sessions held in the rewilding project so far

127 family sessions
738

Species of other invertebrates recorded in the rewilding project so far

Other invertebrates
471

Species of butterflies and odonata recorded in rewilding project so far

butterflies and odonata
86

Species of bird recorded in rewilding project so far

Bird Species
280

Species of plant and fungi recorded in rewilding project so far

Plants and fungi
13

Species of mammal recorded in rewilding project so far

Otters
14

Species of bat recorded in rewilding project so far

Bats
6

Species of reptile and amphibian recorded in rewilding project so far

reptiles and amphibians
4

Species of fish and crustacean recorded in rewilding project so far

Fish
1

Wetland creation project completed so far

Wetland

4370 people
Number of volunteer hours
Number of school children
127 family sessions
Other invertebrates
butterflies and odonata
Bird Species
Plants and fungi
Otters
Bats
reptiles and amphibians
Fish
Wetland