NEWS28 July 2015

Woodland Trust calls tender for UK research work

Charities News UK

UK — The UK’s largest woodland conservation charity, the Woodland Trust, is inviting agencies to pitch for large scale public attitude survey work.


The charity said its aim is to make creating resilient woodland landscapes a priority conservation issue over the next decade to help people and protect wildlife, and so it is turning to insight to make it happen.

The Woodland Trust is keen to hear from market researchers who could help it gain broad attitudinal insight from the general public to support the delivery of its new strategic plan.

Rachel Brooks, market research manager at the Woodland Trust said: “Our new strategic plan has big ambitions for a step change in how we make a difference for the cause. To do this we are looking for more information on our existing audiences, and who are the potential new audiences out there who might help us deliver change in the future?”

It is anticipated this quantitative research study will be the benchmark for future work. Anyone wishing to be considered for this work should complete the form on its website by 4th Aug.