Intelligent Land Management, or ILM, is exactly what it sounds like – creating a land management programme that increases climate resilience, protects the environment and the plants, animals and people that use it, and generates shared financial and social benefits.

As a large landholder, we’re in a unique position to use this lour land – especially our unused land – to create better conditions and more robust environments for now and forever.

Our ILM projects range from working with local organisations to rehabilitate wetlands and reintroduce species that have disappeared from the local environment, to finding better ways to deal with waste, to creating sustainable water treatment systems that we can share with local communities.

In 2017 we donated land for conservation, and found innovative new approaches to managing our ongoing rehabilitation, and we have more exciting initiatives planned for the future. Watch this space!

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