NELMS (Natural Environment Land Management Schemes) 3Rivers attend this meeting to eview and collation feedback following NELMS validation meeting on July 11th. More news on NELMS to follow in due course, if you have any questions please do contact us.
Great news, Helen Ryde is now our 3 Rivers Natural Environment Officer. For questions and projects relating to the natural environment (biodiversity, habitat and species advice) contact Helen on 0191 584 3112.
Meeting for joint working opportunities for LNPs and LEPs (Local Enterprise Parternships).
On Friday 11th July 3 Rivers, Natural England and the Forestry Commission delivered Natural Environment Land Management Scheme (NELMS) Validation Workshop to relevant partners in 3 Rivers Area. Thank you to Durham County Council for the use of Town Hall to host this event. Attendees included representatives from local authorities, Northumbria Water, National Trust, Durham Wildlife […]
On July 1st, our DEFRA account manager spent the day with 3 Rivers LNP. Busy and interesting day, where we shared our plans, challenges and successes and agreed on achieving a supportive working partnership for the future.
Details to follow.
This meeting is to review the LPN’s progress and agree on projects and priorities for 2014/15. Meeting has been held and was well attended. Meeting minutes will be published on Tuesday 24th June.
Claire will lead the work of the Three Rivers Local Nature Partnership (LNP), which is hosted by Durham Wildlife Trust. The partnership is made up of a wide range of organisations, from councils and businesses to conservation and community organisations. The role of the LNP is to demonstrate the benefits we all get from nature […]
The first meeting of the Three Rivers LNP Board was held on 13th December 2012. Board members represent a broad geographical spread across Durham, Sunderland, Gateshead and South Tyneside as well as the multitude of disciplines required to drive forward the priorities of the partnership. This meeting set out to establish initial areas of work […]
Defra annouced on Tuesday 17 July that the Land of the Three Rivers Local Nature Partnership is one of 41 to be formally recognised by Government. Richard Benyon, Parliamentary Undersecretary for the Natural Environment, said “The vision, energy and commitment displayed in these applications was wonderful. Really diverse partners, many coming together for the first time, […]