Nature Networks in Parks and Greenspaces – Survey Open

What would you like to see in your local park to enhance nature?

East Lothian Council has launched a Nature Networks survey to gather people’s views on ways in which nature and biodiversity can be enhanced across East Lothian’s public parks and green spaces in our towns and villages.

The Nature Networks East Lothian initiative aims to seek views on what people would like to see in their local parks and open spaces that would enhance their environment. Such changes can bring wide ranging benefits not just to nature, but also to the health and wellbeing of local communities whilst helping to tackle the climate emergency.

We would like to hear your views on what opportunities for nature networks and biodiversity enhancements you would like to see in your local parks and greenspaces.

Further details are in our news release here:

Residents asked about Nature Networks in their local park | East Lothian Council

The online survey is available on the Council’s website via this link:

Paper versions of the survey will also be available to complete at all local libraries, Council Area Offices and Community Centres.

The survey is open until 5th July 2023.

If you would like to learn more about the Nature Networks East Lothian initiative please visit the webpage on the Council’s website:

 Nature Networks in our parks and greenspaces | Nature Networks | East Lothian Council