Project governance and delivery structure

The Local Nature Recovery Strategy’s development must be evidence-led and collaborative, with wide involvement of public, private and voluntary sectors.  The work should be transparent and inclusive, with clear communications.  A governance and delivery structure has been created to ensure that the Kent & Medway Local Nature Recovery Strategy:

  • meets the requirements of the regulations and statutory guidance;
  • benefits from the knowledge and expertise within the county, to ensure it is technically sound; and
  • engages all stakeholders along the way, so there is the support and buy-in that will be required to see the successful delivery of the Strategy’s priorities.

MS4N Governance And Delivery Structure (PDF, 187 KB)

Making Space for Nature governance and delivery groups

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Making Space for Nature Board

The purpose of the Board is to provide political and strategic oversight and governance for the development of the Strategy.  The Board will ensure the…

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Making Space for Nature Delivery Group

The purpose of the Delivery Group is to provide the technical and sectoral advice required to steer the preparation of the project.  The Delivery Group is…

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Making Space for Nature Supporting Authorities Group

The Local Nature Recovery Strategy Regulations (2023) creates a Supporting Authority role within the development process of the strategy.  Supporting Authorities for the Kent &…

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Making Space for Nature Technical Advisory Groups

The project will has established Technical Advisory Groups to provide insights, skills, guidance and expertise to the Making Space for Nature project on a specific…

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Making Space for Nature Stakeholder Engagement Group

Stakeholder input to the development of the Local Nature Recovery Strategy is critical to its success.  We want a strategy that is informed by your…

Who are we working with – our partners and stakeholders

The development of the Strategy will be locally led and collaborative. The project will work with those that own and manage the land; those that influence how biodiversity is protected and enhanced; those that use and depend on nature’s services; and those that inform and make decisions. By being informed by stakeholders’ priorities, data, information and knowledge, we will create a strategy the presents a plan for joined-up action to recover our county’s nature.

  • Local government
  • Protected landscapes
  • Government agencies
  • Nature conservation charities/organisations
  • Agriculture and Land Management
  • Recreation and access
  • Utilities
  • Transport
  • Education
  • Local community
  • Developers
  • Businesses
  • Marine
  • Health

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