Local Biodiversity Action Plans
 

Local Biodiversity Action Plans (LBAPs) are produced by local partnerships made up of key nature conservation organisations. The partnerships identify local priorities and determine the contribution they can make to the delivery of the national Species and Habitat Action Plan targets. Local BAPs are a very good starting point for identifying the most vulnerable and important habitats and species in an area. Often, but not always, LBAPs conform to local authority boundaries.

Once on the UKBAP website, select the relevant regional / county / district LBAP by clicking on the map or link to that area. This will bring up an interactive folder of information on the activities of the relevant LBAP Partnership. The interactive folder will provide details of all the individual species and habitats of principle importance for that local area and all the individual Action Plans that have been prepared.
 
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