The Biodiversity Partnership is formed by a range of organisations: it brings together members from local authorities, statutory environmental agencies and conservation charities.
The Biodiversity Partnership formed in 1996. Since then many organisations have worked successfully together to improve local biodiversity. A set of Biodiversity Action Plans were launched in 2000; they are being reviewed on a regular basis and guide the work that partners are pursuing.
Due to funding pressure, we don’t have a full-time coordinator working for the Biodiversity Partnership any longer, but the delivery of strategic projects is still being coordinated by the Wildlife Trust.
We now have a role as a specialist biodiversity advisory group of Natural Cambridgeshire.