Land Action Plan

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The Land Action Plan consultation has now closed.

Thank you to everyone who took part, your feedback is helping the Council to finalise the plan.

We are currently looking at what you told us in detail to write a report that summarises your feedback which will be available to view here in February.

The findings will be discussed at a Council meeting in February


In response to the climate and nature emergencies facing communities worldwide, including here in west Cheshire, a draft Land Action Plan: for the Climate and Nature Emergencies has been produced for the borough.

The plan focuses on land use, adaption and climate repair, a key theme of the borough’s Climate Emergency Response Plan. Setting out a vision for land in west Cheshire, the plan includes 68 actions that will help to restore and protect nature, which will both help tackle the climate crisis and provide many benefits for our communities.

Links to other consultations: Earlier in the year, the Council ran an engagement exercise on the Local Plan, which asked people to share their ideas on what the Local Plan could do to address climate change, to protect and enhance the natural and built environment and to highlight land that is important to protect. This Land Action Plan consultation provides an opportunity to look at land use in the borough in more detail.

View the plan

View a summary of the Land Action Plan

View the draft full Land Action Plan (100 pages)

The Land Action Plan consultation has now closed.

Thank you to everyone who took part, your feedback is helping the Council to finalise the plan.

We are currently looking at what you told us in detail to write a report that summarises your feedback which will be available to view here in February.

The findings will be discussed at a Council meeting in February


In response to the climate and nature emergencies facing communities worldwide, including here in west Cheshire, a draft Land Action Plan: for the Climate and Nature Emergencies has been produced for the borough.

The plan focuses on land use, adaption and climate repair, a key theme of the borough’s Climate Emergency Response Plan. Setting out a vision for land in west Cheshire, the plan includes 68 actions that will help to restore and protect nature, which will both help tackle the climate crisis and provide many benefits for our communities.

Links to other consultations: Earlier in the year, the Council ran an engagement exercise on the Local Plan, which asked people to share their ideas on what the Local Plan could do to address climate change, to protect and enhance the natural and built environment and to highlight land that is important to protect. This Land Action Plan consultation provides an opportunity to look at land use in the borough in more detail.

View the plan

View a summary of the Land Action Plan

View the draft full Land Action Plan (100 pages)

  • The Land Action Plan consultation has now closed. The results are being analysed and details will be published on this page in February. Thank you to everyone who took part.

    The Land Action Plan consultation is now closed. Thank you to everyone that has submitted a response. We are currently looking at what you told us in detail to write a report that summarises your feedback.


    This survey is to share your views on the Land Action Plan, which sets out a vision and actions for using land in west Cheshire to help tackle the climate and nature emergencies. Whilst the Council can deliver some of the actions, we cannot do it all ourselves. We will need to work with a broad range of partners, from businesses and farmers, to communities and individuals. 

    We all have a part to play and we would like to hear the views of anyone with an interest on this topic, so that we can develop a plan that benefits both the environment and our communities.

    What you tell us will be used to inform the further development of the Action Plan, and help to improve its delivery.

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