Westminster's Biodiversity Action Plan

Westminster's Biodiversity Action Plan aims to prevent the decline of - and improve conditions for - species and habitats that are a conservation priority. This is done through the delivery of actions by organisations and individuals that are committed to improving biodiversity in Westminster.  To view the individual habitat and species plans in the 2008 Biodiversity Action Plan, please follow the links at the bottom of this page.

Westminster Biodiversity Partnership:

The Biodiversity Action Plan has been produced by the Westminster Biodiversity Partnership, a local partnership of organisations and individuals that have one objective in common: to ensure a healthy future for wildlife in Westminster.

Steering Group:

The Steering Group is made up of members from Westminster City Council, The Royal Parks Zoological Society and the London Wildlife Trust.

Members of the Westminster Biodiversity Partnership:

There are 33 organisations in the partnership:

  • British Hedgehog Preservation Society
  • British Land
  • British Waterways
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Butterfly Conservation
  • Central Royal Parks Wildlife Group
  • City of London
  • CityWest Homes
  • Environment Agency
  • Greater London Authority
  • Greenspace Information for Greater London
  • Grosvenor Estates Ltd
  • Kings College London
  • Lambeth Borough Council
  • Living Roofs.org
  • London Bat Group
  • London Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
  • Peabody Trust
  • Port of London Authority
  • River Thames Society
  • Royal National Lifeboat Institution
  • Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
  • Thames Estuary Partnership
  • Thames Water
  • Thames21
  • The British Trust for Ornithology
  • The Crown Estate
  • The Royal Parks
  • The Thorney Island Society
  • Wandsworth Borough Council
  • Westminster City Council
  • Zoological Society of London
  • Volunteers working in association with partner organisations

To view the 2008 Action Plans for habitats and species in Westminster, click on the links here:

Habitats

Species


Last updated: 14 February 2017
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