King Alfred's School, Golder's Green
Over the weekend of 13th/14th a series of four green roofs designed for biodiversity were installed on a series of buildings at King Alfred's School in Golders Green.
The roofs were installed using the methods and practices as outlined in John Little and Dusty Gedge's e-guide on Small Scale Green Roof Construction. The school is also where Dr. G. Kadas, a leading researcher on green roofs and biodiversity, sends her son to school. The school has a number of bee hives and creating green roof habitats at roof level will provide the bees with extra forage habitat.