Local Nature Partnerships

Sites should always carefully consider the natural environment and the impact of project activities on local wildlife and vegetation.

Wherever possible the existing ecology should be protected.

One of the ways you can make sure you do this is by working with a Local Nature Partnership (LNP).

LNP’s have been set up by the government to do the following:

  • Bring a broad range of local organisations, businesses and people together, who aim to help bring about improvements in their local natural environment;
  • Work strategically to help their local area manage the natural environment;
  • Ensure that a sites value, and the value of the services it provides to the economy and the people who live there, is taken into account in local decisions, for example about planning and development.

To read more about Local Nature Partnerships click below.

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