RSK has worked closely with the parks team at Kent County Council since 2002 to provide ecological advice through management plans and surveys for its network of wildlife sites. During this period, we have completed over 40 projects and have worked on 14 of its sites.
Most of these projects have been to produce site management plans; key examples were for Shorne Wood and Lullingstone country parks. Management plans involve the development of a set of aims and objectives tailored to each site, which may include habitat management, habitat restoration and appropriate monitoring strategies for species or habitats. A key part of developing a management plan is consultation. All management objectives are set using SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, timely) criteria. We work with site managers to ensure that management targets are achievable and meet their needs.
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