Kent’s Plan Bee Pollinator Action Plan
Kent's Plan Bee is a pollinator action plan which has been developed by the council to take the lead and encourage local communities to improve the food sources and general habitat for pollinators in Kent.
Kent County Council (KCC) Tree planting statement
Increasing tree cover will be an important part of the council and county’s strategy for reaching a net-zero target: In October 2019 KCC committed to plant a tree for every person in Kent, which totals just over 1.5 million.
Kent and Medway Energy and Low Emissions Strategy
Limiting our contribution to global warming, and driving low carbon economic recovery, will undoubtedly be the most urgent issues of this decade. The Kent and Medway Energy and Low Emissions Strategy sets out how Kent County Council, in partnership with Medway Council and the Kent district councils, will respond to the UK climate emergency and drive clean, resilient economic recovery across the county.
Justification for Biodiversity Net Gain in Kent – September 2020
The KNP promotes the adoption of 20% biodiversity net gain (BNG) target for the county’s planning authorities. This document sets out the Partnership’s justification for delivering BNG above the mandatory 10% in Kent.
Viability Assessment of Biodiversity Net Gain in Kent – June 2022
In response to the KNP’s promotion of a 20% BNG target for the county, Kent County Council (with funding support from Natural England) commissioned this strategic viability assessment of BNG in Kent. The purpose is to assist the county’s planning authorities to understand whether targeting a higher BNG than the statutory minimum of 10% is potentially viable in the county.
State of Nature in Kent 2021
This landmark KNP report for Kent and Medway is available here and features over sixty contributors across 7 chapters.