How we support conservation and biodiversity

Find out how we work with partners to conserve biodiversity.

In West Sussex we have a rich and varied natural environment. We have a duty to conserve biodiversity; our work includes owning and managing several wildlife sites as well as supporting and partnering other organisations. They include:

Sites of Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI) have regional or local conservation value. For queries about SNCIs and how they are designated, contact the Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre.

Last updated:
19 March 2018

Share this

Share this

Do you have any feedback about this page?

Help us improve this website

Let us know how we're doing. We're constantly trying to improve this website. Your feedback is very important to us. You can simply add a star rating to indicate how useful you found this page. If you have more specific feedback use the form below.

Rate this page:
Clear star rating
  • West Sussex County Council will only use this email address to respond to any issues raised.