Brindleyplace set to buzz
Two beehives have been installed at Brindleyplace in a bid to help combat the decline in bee populations.
The beehives are on the roof of 3 Brindleyplace and the initiative has introduced around 80,000 honey bees to the area in the new rooftop hives, helping to combat the decline in bee populations across the UK through an initiative led by its managing agent, GVA.
The bees are expected to settle into their new home in the coming months and won't be producing honey until early next year.
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