This NBS is specially recommended to “urban grey areas”. These modules are suitable forareas without availability of natural soil in order to create new habitats for a diversepollinators wildlife in cities. Habitats for urban spaces.
These modules will be designed to attract pollinators and biodiversity in general byweather conditions (colder areas in hot periods and refugee for wintertime) and feeding(water and food providing areas for pollinators). Food and refugee providers.
It is important to incorporate in this NBS housing for pollinators, both insects and otherspecies as bats and small reptiles. It will have the housing function but also it will be anawareness element for citizens.
Another important function of this NBS is connecting isolated green areas in cities; CPollMshould be designed and installed to create connexions among green areas or if it is possibleto create a connexions network among green and blue areas in urban environments. Connectivity. Distance between modules will be affected by the characteristics of theurban space, the presence of other green elements (like street trees or bush lines), spaceavailability, etc.
Additionally CPollM could include some site furnishing as street seats, a drinking waterfountain, street lighting or some elements to create shadow areas as trees or shadowpergolas with plants. In addition, CPollM could incorporate some natural protectiveelements against vandalism as a fence of white hawthorn, for example.
Finally, CPollM should be designed in a simple way with elements which make easier thereplication by citizens in balconies or bar terraces.
The NBS creates a lot of modifications in the environment.
The period of recovery of the initial economic investment of the NBS is between 0 and 10 years.