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The project will also provide access for LBAP's to work with Basc members who own or manage large areas of privately-owned land by employing a project officer to manage the database and to liaise between the two.
The results from Cheshire are encouraging: 26% of the county was surveyed, more than 6,600 new records of species and habitats were shared with the Cheshire LBAP and local record centre and over 140 individual conservation projects are now in progress.
Also, the LBAP may have a lower limit on the number of customers that can be assigned to an employee:
The LBAP is similar to the assignment problem in the sense that customer groups (jobs) are assigned to workers.
Responding to a review of local biodiversity action plans (LBAPs) by the National Assembly, the CLA also urged that the best strategy for encouraging practical biodiversity is to pay land managers a commercial income in return for their conservation services provided under an adequately funded all-Wales Tir Gofal-style agri-environment scheme.
Attending the launch of Bridgend's LBAP yesterday at Kenfig Nature Reserve, Sue Essex said, ``We are extremely fortunate that here in Wales we have an exceptional diversity of natural habitats and our flora and fauna includes many distinctive species.
Recently, I have been getting more and more involved with producing and implementing Local Biodiversity Action Plans (LBAPs), and have previously worked with Hampshire County Council and Taunton Deane Borough Council in Somerset on theirs, and more locally with Newport Council.
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