A Local Nature Partnership for the Tees Valley

A Local Nature Partnership for the Tees Valley

A Local Nature Partnership for the Tees Valley Jeremy Garside The Natural Environment White Paper, 7 June 2011 Protecting and improving our natural environment

Growing a green economy Reconnecting people and nature Highly effective partnerships already exist. However we want them to become even better, bringing in more stakeholders, aligning to the vision and spirit of the Natural Environment White Paper and working to deliver more integrated, cross-cutting

outcomes. Around 50 Partnerships in England A one-off Transition Fund Tees Valley Transition Fund Development of a shared, environmental vision Heads of terms/commitment pledge from partners A partnership structure A funding and communication strategy

A review of landscape scale delivery opportunities in the Tees Valley A programme of actions for the LNP Engagement at the Parish and community level to deliver LNP objectives Tees Valley Nature Partnership Development Group Tees Valley Unlimited Malcolm Steele

Environment Agency - David Tarttelin Stockton Borough Council Graham Clingan Middlesbrough Council Anne Gladwin INCA Bob Pailor TVNP Development Manager Sue Antrobus Tees Valley Wildlife Trust Jeremy Garside Delivery Tactical

Strategic Suggested membership to include many of the following: Local Authorities, Parish Councils, Community Forums, National Parks Arms Length Bodies (Environment Agency, Natural England, Forestry Commission, Marine Management Organisation, English Heritage, British Waterways etc)

Civil society organisations and Environmental Charities (e.g. Wildlife Trusts, RSPB, National Trust, Butterfly Conservation etc) Existing Partnerships (e.g. Coastal Partnerships, Local Biodiversity Action Plan Partnerships, Local Access Forums, LEADER Local Action Groups, Rural and Farming Networks, Green Infrastructure Partnerships) Land Owners, Local Businesses, Local Enterprise Partnerships, Health and Wellbeing Reps Education/Learning organisations, Community Organisers , Local

Environmental Record Centres, Local Universities What Local Nature Partnerships could do: Plan and deliver integrated environmental action What Local Nature Partnerships could do: Embed natural value into local decision making Influence decisions about organisations

resource allocation so that they can be aligned with the locally-agreed vision and priorities Make links between the economy and the natural environment What Local Nature Partnerships could do: Provide local leadership on environmental issues Provide integrated advice to Local Authorities on the natural environment

Monitor and report on progress of environmental outcomes What Local Nature Partnerships could do: Support delivery of Nature Improvement Areas Champion ideas of natural value in the area and engage communities Generate local participation in debates about landscape scale change

Next Completion of Transition Fund activity by end June 2012 Partnerships invited to submit applications in late March or April 2012 to be recognised by Government and its environmental agencies First LNPs recognised at a Ministerial event in late 2012

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