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Time is running out to have your say on Wirral’s biodiversity

20 July 2023
Hilbre Island, taken from middle eye, with the water in the foreground
Hilbre Island

Wirral Council is asking for the help of residents in shaping a new strategy, but time is running out to tell us what you think as the consultation closes on Monday 24 July.

The period of consultation is coming to a close on biological diversity ahead of the council producing a Biodiversity Net Gain Strategy by November.

The strategy is to address how we can respond and act on new duties that the council will have to protect biodiversity from November, but also reflect what residents think about biodiversity and its importance.

Just some of the things that you can tell us by taking part in the survey include:

  • What you understand by biodiversity
  • How you think biodiversity affects Wirral and your community
  • What you think is most important for Wirral in terms of biodiversity
  • How, and if, you can get involved

All the feedback provided, will help shape the resulting Biodiversity and Net Gain Strategy.

Take the survey on the councils Have Your Say website before Monday 24 July.