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Winchester City Council

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… which sets out our strategic approach going forward. The three parts of the Biodiversity Action Plan Part 1 – the main document which includes the reasons why we need a Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP), some facts and figures on how biodiversity is faring, the key aims of the Plan; how it fits with other plans and work; and how the plan will be delivered. Part 2 – fact sheets on 22 key species

… and four key habitats which are included in the BAP and are the main focus for our work.  The sheets include a photo of the species or habitat, a map showing its known locations and some ideas as to what you can do to help support biodiversity. Part 3 – a summary action plan detailing the key actions the Council will be doing in 2021 to help protect, enhance and recreate biodiversity on its own land…

… and the government has pledged to slow-down the loss of natural habitats and the species which live in them. What is a Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP)? A BAP identifies particular priorities for conservation - species and habitats which are particularly threatened or declining in the UK. A Biodiversity Action Plan will provide a strategic direction to managing our planned enhancements for our district’s…

… after our wildlife? As we work behind the scenes towards delivering our new Biodiversity Action Plan (2020), the Natural Environment and Recreation team continue to safeguard wildlife and its habitats across our district. Just some examples of the work that we are doing include: Establishing the creation of a new Nature Reserve in Winchester at Barton Meadows, in partnership with CALA Homes…

… and the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. Undertaking deep-dive surveys of key sites to fully understand the local populations of key species and habitats. Securing a dedicated resource based within the City Council, whose primary focus is on ecology and biodiversity. Installing new bird boxes and bat tiles in areas of particular biological interest, sometimes in the roofs of our own council homes…


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