Policy paper

National Pollinator Strategy 2014 to 2024: implementation

Setting out what we will be doing to improve the state of our bees and other pollinating insects and how we are monitoring progress.


National Pollinator Strategy: evidence statements and summary of evidence

2016 progress report


The implementation plan sets out how we will achieve the actions in the National Pollinator Strategy. It details what we will do, when we will carry out these actions and how we will monitor progress.

The 2016 progress report sets out the progress we’ve made since 2014. We will carry out a 5 year review of the strategy in 2019.

The National Pollinator Strategy sets out a 10 year plan to help pollinating insects survive and thrive. Pollinating insects include many different species of bees and other insects such as hoverflies, beetles, flies, butterflies and moths.

Published 9 November 2015
Last updated 10 April 2019 + show all updates
  1. Updated to remove link to the old bees' needs website as this domain name is no longer in use. The website for bees' needs is: https://www.bumblebeeconservation.org/bees-needs/

  2. Added a link to the evidence statements and summary of evidence.

  3. Added the 2018 to 2021 implementation plan.

  4. Added the 2016 progress report.

  5. First published.