A local nature reserve is a natural or semi-natural green space, usually of national or county importance for ecology and/or geology, which provides access to nature and environmental education for local communities.
Local Nature Reserves are declared by Local Authorities in conjunction with Natural England. There are seven Local Nature Reserves in the Borough.
- Special Areas of Conservation (SAC)
- Sites of Special Scientific Interest
- Nature reserves in Hastings
- Local Wildlife Sites
- How to get involved
- Ponds Wood local nature reserve declaration and Church Wood and Robsack local nature reserve extension
- Hastings Borough Council Nature Reserve Byelaws
- Report vandalism
- Dead Animal - report
- Litter bin - needs emptying
- Dog bin - needs emptying
- Japanese Knotweed query
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