Biodiversity Survey 2017

Closed 19 Jun 2017

Opened 6 Mar 2017


As a densely urbanised inner London borough, little remains of Hammersmith and Fulham’s original natural ecosystem complexes.  Despite this, many quality wildlife habitats exist along the borough’s waterways and rail tracks and within its parks, cemeteries and community gardens where these are not over-manicured.  The River Thames and the Grand Union Canal also form two important ‘blue’ wildlife corridors.

The Biodiversity Commission has been set up to examine ways of maintaining and enhancing the biodiversity of the borough.

The last study of the borough’s wildlife habitats was conducted in 1988 and an up to date study is required to inform future policy.

This survey is for people of all ages living in Hammersmith & Fulham.

The answers to the next group of questions will help us to see how we can maintain and enhance the wildlife and biodiversity in the borough.

On completion of the survey you can chose to take part in a prize draw for a year's family ticket to Kew Gardens.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • All interests