Allowing Nature to Thrive in Cities – Local Nature Recovery Summit
Under the Environment Act 2021, Local Nature Recovery Strategies (LNRS’s) are required in every English county as part of the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan to reverse the decline of nature.
But, how could a LNRS be applied across London and how can you help to shape it? Join us for this event co-hosted by The Golden Leaf of London and London National Park City.
The speakers will explain what LNRS could look like and share how land owners and community groups can contribute and make a case for their area to be part of the strategy.
Date: Wednesday 8 June 2022
Time: 2-5pm followed by a drop-in reception for networking
Where: The Building Society, 55 Whitfield Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 4HE
2pm: START + WELCOME by Elizabeth Marsh, Chair, The Golden Leaf of London (GLOL), and Paul de Zylva, Chair, London National Park City
2.15pm: Introduction from Mayor of London’s office
2.20pm: London’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) – Natural England
2.40pm: Q & A
3.00pm: Breakout session
3.20pm: The opportunities of London’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy – Gary Grant from the Green Infrastructure Consultancy and GLOL Advisory board member
3.40pm: Q & A
4pm: Breakout session
4.20pm: Panel on the significance of London’s LNRS – chaired by Paul de Zylva
4.50pm: Closing remarks
We’re thrilled to be hosting this event at The Building Society, supporting efforts to create 500,000 hectares of additional wildlife-rich habitat in our cities and rural locations outside of existing protected sites.