BIM for Biodiversity Net Gains – industry survey for an ERDF funded project
The UK Government has announced new English developments will be required to demonstrate a 10% increase in biodiversity on or near development sites from 2021.
Nottingham Trent University is working on an ERDF funded “BIM for Biodiversity Net Gains” project.
Based on the Biodiversity Metric 2.0 Beta, we are developing a Building Information Model (BIM) toolkit and case study measuring and visualising options for biodiversity losses and gains.
We would like businesses from across the construction sector to complete a short research survey – https://forms.gle/mEbquXf5STyUVu9T8.
Results of the survey will be discussed with an industry focus group.
There will be a MS TEAMS focus group meeting 10am-11am on the 26th November 2020 to discuss the survey results.
Dr Yangang Xing (Yan), BSc, MSc, PhD, MCIBSE, FHEA
Senior Lecturer (Construction Technology and Building Engineering Services)
School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment