Countryside management partnerships

There are a number of countryside management partnerships in Surrey involving many different partners, neighbouring districts and boroughs and various conservation organisations.

They all broadly have the same objective: to maintain and sustainably enhance our green spaces for future generations and for bio-diversity.

Surrey Countryside Partnerships team

The Surrey Countryside Partnerships team is an established county-wide countryside management service, working with the vital support of volunteers, with and within local communities, as well as providing voluntary placements for young people.

The Team comprises:

  • Downlands Partnership - working predominately on rare chalk grassland sites across northeast Surrey and into the neighbouring areas of Croydon and Sutton, including the provision of a conservation grazing service.
  • Lower Mole Partnership - works at various woodlands and helps to manage commons and improve public access across north Surrey and into Kingston.
  • Surrey Heathland Partnership - helps its partners to manage rare lowland heathland in west Surrey, including key sites in Guildford and Woking.

Other countryside conservation partnerships in Surrey

Subscribe to our newsletters for latest news and events.