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Cardiff Council

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… end date for funding (March 2022). We will continue to work with Cardiff Local Nature Partnership to identify and implement actions to sustain and enhance biodiversity and continue to deliver the BRED forward plan. We will work with city wide partners to collaborate on biodiversity plans and delivery We will raise awareness of the importance of biodiversity with policy makers and decision makers…

… approach to tree planting and land management city wide to increase biodiversity and expand the city’s tree canopy by 25% The Council has implemented a large housing development programme delivering ~2,700 new council homes over the next 6-7 years. Over 2,000 council home new builds (planned over 10 year programme) will meet higher standards. Around 500 built out or in construction to exceed…

… to account for biodiversity and carbon capture alongside traditional land price factors” with the benefit of creating new green spaces instead of housing developments considered. • young people survey also strongly suggested that more trees and rewilding are needed alongside protection of valuable woodlands. • The strategy requires strengthening around a biodiversity emergency. • You would like…

… pollution. We recognise and welcome the importance of the Cardiff Local Nature Partnership as a forum for connecting people to nature and supporting action for the protection and enhancement of land and nature. We will work with others through the Cardiff Local Nature Partnership to prepare and deliver the Nature Recovery Action Plan (NRAP) for Cardiff. We will declare a biodiversity emergency

… resilience within green infrastructure across the city. This will include the selection of appropriate species, the impact of pests and diseases, climate change and the importance of local provenance. We will work with citizens and local businesses to consider how gardens and private green spaces can be used to support and connect the city’s biodiversity and green infrastructure. The Local Nature…


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