UKopia Overview December 2015 v2 .pdf

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UKopia

a new species of wildlife park

Snapshot Overview | December 2015

UKopia
a new species of wildlife park

Welcome Note
Welcome and thank you for reading this brief overview of UKopia.
UKopia is a concept in Wildlife Park focusing heavily on innovation,
conservation, immersion and interaction. It has been created to find the
best solution for a number of problems:
Declining population of UK species
Poor quality and ineffective zoos / wildlife parks in UK
Sub-standard viewing of animals in UK zoos due to cages
Lack of large visitor attractions in Salford / Greater Manchester
Lack of public UK wildlife knowledge
No focus within UK zoos for protection and conservation of UK wildlife
Poor education function at UK zoos (lack of interest)
Lack of innovation in the UK zoo market
Wildlife, business and family are my passion in life. UKopia is a project
that must be delivered - for the right reasons. It works and it will make a
difference.

UKopia
a new species of wildlife park

Contents
Mission Statement
Our People
Introduction
Conservation
Education
Revenue
Location
Conserving our Animals
Educating our Children
Enhancing our City
Timeline
Investment
Contact

Who
What
Where
Why
When
How

UKopia
a new species of wildlife park

Mission Statement

To protect and conserve UK native species

To educate through innovation and interaction

To maintain sustainability through ethical revenue generation

UKopia
a new species of wildlife park

Our People
in collaboration
with

UKopia
a new species of wildlife park

Introduction
UKopia is a new species of Wildlife Park. An evolution in
conservation. An enhancement in Animal education.
Born from a desire to improve conservation efforts in the UK, to provide
enhanced education and to lead change through a mutually beneficial project.
Designed for mass-appeal, with ethical processes.
Innovation | new technologies
Cageless | natural settings for improved welfare and viewpoints
Mixed Habitats | for enhanced wild environments and animal interaction
Genuine Conservation | breeding and release of endangered UK species for
protection of population
Interaction | World-first concepts, flexible immersion and unique view
points (no point and stare 'animal in a cage' enclosure)
Trip to the Past | showcasing the extinct through innovative display
Re-introduction | championing the return of extant UK species
Ecological | self-sustainable eco-project, water filtration systems, carbon
neutral
A showcase of UK | current species, extant species and extinct species
(including animals that most people don't know even exist!)

UKopia
a new species of wildlife park

UKopia
a new species of wildlife park

Conservation
Born from a desire to improve conservation efforts in the UK, to provide
enhanced education and to lead change through a mutually beneficial project.

Natural Settings
Breeding and Release
Key Species Focus
Re-introduction of Extant Species

UKopia
a new species of wildlife park

Education
Enhanced educational benefits through unique innovations, use of technology,
design elements and links with local education authorities,

journey into the
past
strong local
resource
flexible
immersion
through
smart
tech

unique 360 viewpoints


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