Local Nature Recovery

Better outcomes with less bureaucracy

Our experts will help you address specific concerns within your local area.
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The successor to Countryside Stewardship

The successor to Countryside Stewardship
More ambitious than Countryside Stewardship, Local Nature Recover (LNR) pays you to help nature, be it managing and creating habitats, adding trees to fields or hedgerows, storing water, or restoring peat or wetland areas on your land.

Our team of experts will connect you to these local programmes and advise you on the right action for your setting.

Working hand in hand with nature

The new LNR is all about restoring and protecting nature collaboratively, including:

  • Enhancing biodiversity
  • Improving air and water quality
  • Contributing to carbon net zero targets
  • Natural flood management
  • Conservation of heritage
  • Enhancing public access

Contact our team, who will gladly guide you if you need help figuring out where to start.

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Our experienced agricultural consultant team is here to help you understand how these changes will affect your business and plan for the future.

Peter Walker

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    Regent House
    110 Northgate Street
    Bury St Edmunds
    IP33 1HP


    01284 700727



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