Open space management company Meadfleet has rebranded ahead of Biodiversity Net Gain becoming mandatory for developers in November.
The UK based company has ‘refreshed’ its branding and website to more appropriately reflect the organisation’s almost 30-year history and operational remit. It also includes additional support for the Biodiversity Net Gain law coming in November, and for existing and new developers.
“With our 30th anniversary approaching and the introduction of Biodiversity Net Gain, we felt now was a great time to update our brand to better reflect our culture and approach to open space management,” says managing director David King.
More representatives will be located across the UK as a result of the company’s expanding portfolio and rebrand, with all employees retaining their roles.
The new Meadfleet website now features updated branding and a new navigational system to better streamline user experience.
“For our 40,000+ residents there are our exciting competitions, giveaways and initiatives for them to get involved with. We will be adding more to these in the coming weeks and months alongside more news of our Meadfleet Academy which aims to inspire the next generation with a particular focus on biodiversity.”