Support for Councils and Clerks

Local Nature Recovery Strategy Webinar

The Norfolk and Suffolk Nature Recovery Partnership is a collective of organisations convened by Norfolk and Suffolk County Councils. The Partnership has come together with the goal of supporting and inspiring action for nature recovery across Norfolk and Suffolk through healthier and more resilient natural systems on land and coast.  This month, we’ve launched a public survey as we want to find out which aspects of nature are most important to people in Norfolk.

We would like to invite all members of the Local Councils to a webinar where we give more information on the partnership, introduce the Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) and provide more details on the survey. There will also be an opportunity for you to ask questions of the team involved.

In Norfolk we aim to:

  • Boost existing nature (habitats and species)
  • Create new areas for nature
  • Improve people’s access to, and connection with, nature
  • Use land sustainably, integrating nature into land uses such as agriculture and development
  • Collaborate with communities and partners to identify local nature recovery priorities
  • Assist with Norfolk’s climate change mitigation and adaptation to seek win-wins for nature and the climate
  • Increase opportunities for nature education

The LNRS public survey asks questions such as:

  • What parts of nature are most important to you
  • Where are your favourite places to visit in the county
  • How easily can you get to your favourite places
  • Which habitats and species we should include in our strategy

The survey is open until Sunday 30 June 2024. Go to the LNRS public survey.

We invite you to complete the public survey and share with all your colleagues and contacts at your earliest convenience, or wait until after the webinar if preferred.

The webinar is June 12th 7:00pm, book your place by completing the form below: