New BUG Hotel Built at Quorum Letch - Quorum Park

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We’ve installed two new Bug hotels alongside Quorum Letch 

At Quorum Business Park we want to create a pleasant and sustainable environment where people, animals and business can thrive! 

To achieve this aim we make sure sustainability and the environment are given a central role. 

With the help of some onsite volunteers we have already out together three hotels at the back of our Q12 Building, and now have recently installed two more in front of the Quorum Letch – a small stream of water running alongside the perimeter of the park. 

Bug hotels (also know as wildlife stacks) are made from durable materials that are put together to create a number of small, secure and sheltered spaces where small creatures can make their home. 

Bug hotels can house: 

  • Hedgehogs 
  • Frogs, toads & newts,
  • Bees
  • Creepy crawlies
  • Dragonflies & damselflies
  • Small mammals

The two Quorum hotels were made entirely from recycled materials around the park so are a create recycling tool too. Volunteers from Engie made short work of the project. 

Cara Hutchinson from Engie said ‘its create to see businesses like Quorum committing to helping local wildlife, the Bug hotels look great and I hope they will be full of creatures soon!’

The hotels can be found alongside the letch near our Light Box Building For more info on onsite wildlife check out our wildlife map here.