Thursday 19 October 2023

Your Views Wanted on Local Nature Recovery Strategy

A favourite Wirral view for many, looking over the Dee Estuary.
Photo: Tim Jokl, Flickr

How can we all encourage nature to recover in Wirral?

The first phase of public engagement for the Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) for the Liverpool City Region has begun.

The LNRS is a new plan designed to support and improve nature and biodiversity in the Liverpool City Region (Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens & Wirral). It will use key evidence and the views of local people. The LNRS will act as a blueprint for protecting and enhancing nature, and will:
  • Map our most important habitats
  • Map opportunities for nature recovery
  • List the priorities for reversing the decline in plant and animal species
In order to create this strategy, everyone can share their views on the nature, the places and the species that they value most.

A survey is live now and continuing until November 15th.

Please find the link to the survey here:

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