Who are the Cheshire region Biodiversity Partnership?
The Cheshire region Biodiversity Partnership work together to to identify local priorities and to determine the contribution they can make to the delivery of the national Species and Habitat Action Plan targets.
Below is listed the partners that currently make up the Steering Group of the Cheshire region Biodiversity Partnership (CrBP). This Group is responsible for driving forward the 73 individual action plans for the conservation of our most rare and important species and habitats locally. It also directs the work of the Biodiversity and Technical Coordinators.
- British Association for Shooting and Conservation
- Cheshire East Council
- Cheshire West and Chester Council and SREP
- Cheshire Wildlife Trust
- Chester Zoo
- Environment Agency
- Halton Borough Council
- Natural England
- Warrington Borough Council
- Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council
- Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group
These are the remaining organisations who are in the Cheshire region Biodiversity Partnership. For more information on their work for biodiversity, click on their names.
- British Trust for Conservation Volunteers
- British Waterways
- BTCV Special Landscapes Project
- Butterfly Conservation
- Cheshire Federation of Women's Institutes
- Cheshire Fire Service
- Cheshire Landscape Trust
- Cheshire RIGS
- Country Land and Business Association
- Forestry Commission
- Groundwork Cheshire
- Mersey Basin Campaign's River Valley Initiatives
- Mersey Forest
- Merseyside Police
- Nantwich Riverside Project
- National Farmers Union
- National Trust
- Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
- The Woodland Trust
- United Utilities
- University of Chester
- University of Salford
There are many other organisations, both professional and amateur, paid and voluntary who are involved in biodiversity conservation. A full list of Action Plan Implementers is given for each species and habitat with an Action Plan.