The Durham Biodiversity Partnership was set up in 1996 and is made up of all the organisations and individuals who are helping to achieve the goals in the Durham Biodiversity Action Plan, including conservation organisations, businesses, ecologists, planners, developers, schools, highways engineers, individuals and many more.
The Durham Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) is a series of work-plans to help species and habitats in the Durham area that are considered to be under threat locally, nationally or internationally. The first Durham BAP was published in 1999 with a review carried out during 2006. In July 2007, the revised plan was launched setting out our objectives and actions for the next 5 years.
For more information on the Durham Biodiversity Partnership and the Durham BAP please click here. Links to current Durham Biodiversity Partnership Projects can be found here.