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Making Space for Nature Stakeholder Engagement

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 priorities for nature and built on the data, information and knowledge you hold.  As a result we will create a shared strategy that presents a plan for joined-up action to recover our county’s nature.

The project will bring together stakeholders throughout the project to input and participation will be open to all.  At what stage you engage in the project will be entirely up to you and will likely be informed by which part of the strategy you’re keen to influence.  Although we are keen to have as many involved from the start, we’re conscious that not everyone will be able to do so.  So, we have created the following guide to help you decide which part of the process is most important to you to participate in.

How To Influence

Download the How to influence the LNRS guide

To keep informed of stakeholder engagement activities and and to make sure you don’t miss an opportunity to take part, please register your interest in the project.


Have a question about the Stakeholder Engagement Group?

If you have a question regarding the Stakeholder Engagement Group or would like to be involved, please email the project.

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