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Local Nature Recovery Strategy

Who will deliver the Strategy

Norfolk County Council has been designated as the responsible authority for developing Norfolk’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS). Under the shared banner of The Norfolk and Suffolk Nature Recovery Partnership, we will do this by working closely with:

  • Districts and Boroughs
  • Broads National Park
  • North Norfolk Coast Protected Landscape (AONB)
  • Local nature organisations
  • Landowners and land managers
  • Local stakeholders
  • Private companies and the local economy

We are working closely with neighbouring Suffolk County Council, developing both Norfolk and Suffolk LNRS in a shared and joined-up way, reflecting the natural habitats that sit across both Counties. We will also work closely with Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire to ensure join-up across boundaries.

The LNRS will map the existing natural environment, and most significantly, identify opportunities for delivering nature recovery through habitat restoration, creation and expansion.

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