Help shape the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for Buckinghamshire

Closed 26 Feb 2021

Opened 8 Feb 2021

Results updated 23 Apr 2021

We would like to thank everyone who has been involved with the Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) so far.

For the latest updates on the Buckinghamshire LNRS, please visit the LNRS website.


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Nature in Buckinghamshire needs your help. The Local Nature Recovery Strategy is your opportunity to help us plan a better Buckinghamshire for wildlife and people. We invite you to take part in our public survey.

Nature is under threat everywhere, and it is easy to imagine that we are powerless to prevent wildlife decline, but this strategy is one way of making a real difference.

The strategy will be influenced by a wide range of people and organisations, from farmers and landowners, to the public, and conservationists.

We need to hear from you:

  • what do you like about nature in Buckinghamshire?
  • why is nature in Buckinghamshire important to you?
  • what parts of nature would you like to see recovered or improved over the next 25 years?

Online surveys

Take part in our public survey by clicking on the link below. There is a separate survey specifically for farmers, land managers, land advisers and agents. Both surveys are open until 26 February 2021.

Other ways to get involved

Please visit the LNRS 'Have your say' page to find out more about getting involved.


We will use the information you provide only for the purpose of this consultation. We will store the information securely in line with data protection laws and will not share or publish any personal details. Please read our Privacy Policy for more information.


  • Amersham
  • Aylesbury
  • Beaconsfield and Chepping Wye
  • Beeches
  • Buckingham and Villages
  • Chesham and Villages
  • Denham, Gerrards Cross and Chalfonts
  • Haddenham and Waddesdon
  • High Wycombe
  • Missendens
  • North West Chilterns
  • South West Chilterns
  • Wendover
  • Wexham and Ivers
  • Wing and Ivinghoe
  • Winslow and Villages


  • Environment