Local Biodiversity Action Plan
In the United Kingdom a local biodiversity action plan (LBAP, pronounced 'ell-bap') is a plan aimed at conserving the fauna, flora and habitats – collectively referred to as biodiversity – of a defined area, usually along local authority boundary lines.
The development of such plans at a local level is guided by the publication of a biodiversity action plan at national i.e. UK level and executed locally by 'biodiversity partnerships' which include key stakeholders from different sectors.
LBAPs in the constituent parts of the UKEdit
Progress on local plans is overseen by different agencies in each of the four administrations.
By January 2012 there were LBAPs published or in draft form for each of 24 areas identified across Wales including the three national parks. The Wales Biodiversity Partnership brings together most of the main players across Wales to assist in the process of assembling and delivering LBAPs.
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