Creating Your Nature Reserve
The volunteer and staff at EBC are not professional appraisers, accountants, lawyers, or planners. Nor do they have a crystal ball. EBC’s discussion will cite previous examples and rangers, but should be taken neither as a fact nor good advice. Professional appraisers, planners, surveyors are employed where required and the owner should consult their own financial and legal advisors for independent advice. The EBC will be pleased to provide you with names of previous donors who can discuss the proccess.
Step Two – Working out the Broad Design
Note: During this stage, the owner should consult with their family and advisors on the concept and the details developed to date to confirm the project meets their objectives. The owner is expected to let the EBC know if the project is in question before EBC spends money to finalize details in the next stages, (unless the estimates developed to date are substantially incorrect or the owner’s situation changes dramatically).
Step 3 – Checking the Impact
Here the owner should question any outstanding details or conclusions, confirm details of the project with their financial and legal advisors and confirm the family understands the agreement