Approval for lodge will help protect wolves

Wolves may have had made FA Cup headlines in Shropshire – and Advent did just the same for an architectural client.

Wolves may have had made FA Cup headlines in Shropshire – and Advent did just the same for an architectural client.

The Roger Coy Partnership secured planning permission for the development of a short-stay holiday lodge and educational facility within a wolf conservation site in south Shropshire.

The development will provide Wolf Watch UK with an added revenue stream to continue their protection of the vulnerable animals.

We secured regional coverage for this vital scheme to help the long-term future of Wolf Watch UK, which was established in 1993 as a conservation group to rescue and care for displaced wolves from zoos in the UK.

Pictured: A drawing of the holiday lodge and educational facility at Wolf Watch UK.

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