Partnership Projects

Partners List

ARCH - Accessing Regional Changes to Habitats

Themes: Towns, cities and development, Promoting education and public awareness, Local and regional action

Supporting Partners: Kent County Council, Interreg IVA Two Seas Programme, Region Nord Pas de Calais, Conservatoire Botanique National de Bailleul, Environment Agency, Kent & Medway Biological Records Centre, Kent Wildlife Trust, Maidstone District Council, Canterbury City Council, Swale District Council, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, Medway Unitary Authority.

Telephone Contact: 01622 221537

Downloads:
ARCH Information

The ARCH project is a joint venture between Kent and the Nord Pas de Calais region in France. Funded by the European Union and key partners, it is a comprehensive study of the countryside of these two areas involving surveys and mapping of key natural habitats. The Project is being led by Kent County Council on behalf of the Kent Biodiversity Partnership and aims to record the extent and state of habitats across the regions, develop tools to aid long term monitoring and conservation of important areas for wildlife, and enable planners to make informed decisions on spatial planning.

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Building Biodiversity in Kent

Themes: Towns, cities and development, The engagement of business, Promoting education and public awareness

Supporting Partners: English Nature and Kent County Council

Telephone Contact: 01622 221537

Downloads:
Building Biodiversity in Kent

The guide was published by Kent County Council on behalf of the Kent Biodiversity Partnership to provide an introduction to the subject of biodiversity. It is specifically aimed at those involved in the development industry, particularly clients, designers and contractors, working in Kent, providing tips on how to work with biodiversity in mind.

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1997 Kent BAP Implementation Summaries

Themes: Biodiversity indicators measuring achievement, Towns, cities and development, The coasts and seas, Local and regional action, The engagement of business, Promoting education and public awareness

Supporting Partners: Kent Biodiversity Partnership

Telephone Contact: 01622 221 537

Downloads:
Implementation Summary - 1999
Implementation Summary - 2000
Implementation Summary - 2001

Having published the 1997 Kent BAP, the Kent Biodiversity Partnership went on to produce an annual publication to summarise and promote the achievements of action for biodiversity in Kent. Progress on the 1997 Kent BAP is tracked in four Implementation Summaries published in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002.

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