Bathscape Landscape Partnership – (B&NES lead partner) November 2018 launched 5 year programme funded by HLF (Enhanced beauty, heritage and
engagement with the natural environment)


Waterspace – (B&NES lead partner) RTPI awarded – programme of projects including River Avon Park (Clean and plentiful water; reduced risk from environmental hazards; Enhanced
beauty, heritage and engagement with the natural environment; Mitigating and
adapting to climate change).


WoE Green Infrastructure Working Group (B&NES Project managing) – development of WoE GI plan to support delivery of JSP (Using resources from
nature more sustainably and efficiently; Clean and plentiful water; reduced risk from
environmental hazards; Enhanced beauty, heritage and engagement with the natural
environment Mitigating and adapting to climate change)

Natural History Consortium – coordinates Festival of Nature and City Nature Challenge, and Communicate – networking and sharing research and best practice to Connect, Protect and Enhance (25 yr Plan Goals and 3 themes of Year of Action). Parks Foundation for Bristol and Bath Parks.

Bristol Avon Catchment Partnership – catchment approach to prioritising/funding projects to improve the water environment (Clean and plentiful water; Reduced risk
from environmental hazards such as flooding and drought);

West of England Nature PartnershipWoE Pollinator Strategy launched 2018, assisting WoE GI plan, Access to Greenspace mapping (Thriving plants and
animals; Enhanced beauty, heritage and engagement with the natural environment;
Mitigating and adapting to climate change)


Mendip Hills AONB Partnership/ Cotswold Conservation Board –AONB Management Plan (Enhanced beauty, heritage and engagement with the natural
environment, Glover review of AONBs/National Parks)


Bristol Region Environmental Record Centre – partnership reviewing environmental records centre and need for wider engagement with environment records to encourage action – assist/improve reporting and monitoring(Thriving
plants and animals)


Local Wildlife Sites group – designating and reporting on condition of local wildlife sites (Sites of Nature Conservation Interest) – liaising with Defra to review approach to management reporting. (Thriving plants and animals)

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