Leicestershire County Council's new Local Nature Recovery Strategy

Published on 15th April 2024 in General

Leicestershire County Council are leading the creation of the new Local Nature Recovery Strategy, taking place from 20th March until 26th May 2024, for the area on behalf of all local authorities. 

Their work seeks a wide and varied view to inform the draft strategy under development, so they can identify where and how they can make space for nature, so the benefits it brings can be felt more locally and more widely.

A view-seeking survey is up and running. 

They want to work together with communities to deal with the problems and impacts of global warming and the loss of species and habitats, and therefore looking for your input to help them.

All of your views and ideas will help to contribute to the final strategy to help improve the environment for the people in Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland.

You can learn more about the project and how you can help on their website.

A logo for the Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland making space for nature project. The text is on the right hand side in light and dark blue. On the left is a symbol that looks like a fish with his tail in the air, but inside are white images of a leaf, flowers, a bird, butterfly and hedgehog. The rest of the symbol is made up of blues, greens and brown to represent the environment.

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