Shropshire Biodiversity Partnership
The Shropshire Biodiversity Action Plan identifies what needs to be done for the threatened species and habitats of Shropshire, who will lead the action for each, and the time-scale for the work.
The Shropshire Biodiversity Partnership consists of the Steering Group who meet every 3 months and the Wider Partnership who meet once a year at an annual conference.
The Shropshire Biodiversity Partnership (SBP) is a partnership of local and regional organisations including the Shropshire Council, Telford & Wrekin Council, Shropshire Wildlife Trust, RSPB, Butterfly Conservation, Natural England, Forestry Commission, Environment Agency, and local volunteer species recording groups etc. New partners are actively encouraged to join. Use the link below to view Steering Group members and 'Implementation Members'.
The current funding partners are:
Click here to view a list of the current members of the Shropshire Biodiversity Partnership.
Some of the talks from the last annual conference of the Shropshire Biodiversity Partnership are available on the News page of this website
Shropshire Biodiversity Action Plan
The Shropshire Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) was initially written in 1996 and has undergone a number of major revisions. The Shropshire BAP is now reviewed on a rolling program with changes being made after a two week consultation period with the Steering Group.
The current version of the Shropshire Biodiversity Action Plan is not available as a single document.
The Action Plans page on this site provides links to all current action plans.
Current generic plans such as the Shropshire BAP delivery plan, communications plan & funding strategy are available from the documents page and also on the Biodiversity Action Reporting System (BARS)
The entire Shropshire BAP is available on the BARS. This includes reports on progress on each action listed within the BAP.