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  • Nature recovery update – March 2024

    Nature recovery is a key part of our ongoing work to conserve and enhance the Suffolk & Essex Coast & Heaths National Landscape. Our Nature Network Officer, Alex Moore da Luz, provides a round-up from all of our nature recovery projects and volunteer work parties for March 2024. Shotley Ringed Plover Project – Shotley Gate A…

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  • Essex Local Nature Recovery Strategy Update

    It is a busy time in the development of the Essex Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS), with public consultation set to take place this summer. Made mandatory by the Environment Act 2021, Local Nature Recovery Strategies are a new tool aimed at delivering greater collaboration and clearly defined priorities and actions, to recover nature and…

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  • More than 100 attendees for National Landscape Planning Event

    More than 100 planners, local authority representatives, and members of the public gathered at The Hold in Ipswich, and online, last week to discuss a number of contemporary planning topics. Nationally recognised guest speakers from Suffolk County Council, Natural England and Darkscape Consultancy covered a range of issues impacting upon the planning process and National…

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  • Woodbridge Swifts – March 2024 Update

    Work is continuing in Woodbridge to support swifts, a priority species in the Suffolk & Essex Coast & Heaths National Landscape, thanks to the fantastic efforts of the Woodbridge Swifts group. Work started in 2016 to record and preserve Woodbridge’s swift population and to raise awareness of the plight of swifts in the UK. Over…

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  • £20,000 available for community projects in East Suffolk

    An annual grants scheme has reopened for funding with over £20,000 available to support community projects in East Suffolk. The Suffolk & Essex Coast & Heaths National Landscape Amenity and Accessibility Fund was set up with construction of a Dry Fuel Store at Sizewell B power station in 2012. Over the past 12 years the…

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