Lancashire's Local Nature Recovery Strategy's Public Consultation

Closed 31 Mar 2024

Opened 19 Feb 2024


This survey is about your experiences and views about Lancashire's natural environment and the biggest environmental issues we face locally. We want your views on Lancashire's current state of nature, hopes for the future and where you think recovery should be prioritised. The information you provide in this survey will inform the strategy. Nature will only thrive if we value it, so have your say today.

Why your views matter

Lancashire County Council has been appointed as the authority responsible for leading the preparation of the Lancashire Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS). We are actively collaborating with the supporting authorities (Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool, our 12 District Councils and the Yorkshire Dales National Park authority) throughout the development of the LNRS. The LNRS is an evidence-driven collaborative strategy to help us recover nature in Lancashire. We will identify where we can protect, recover and create habitat to make our natural world bigger, better and more joined up. This joined-up approach will help our biodiversity increase, increase Lancashire's resilience to climate change and enable us to be better connected to nature.

Completing the survey is voluntary and all the information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. All sensitive data collected in this survey will remain confidential in-line with our corporate privacy policy. No information will be released that could identify an individual. Regular updates will be added to our LNRS webpage.


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