The workshop in Peterborough was called to examine good practice in the development of LGAPs in order to inform and encourage others intent on adopting the action planning process to deliver locally-based geological conservation. Six case studies from England already completed or near completion were presented and discussed at the workshop. This document sets out to examine the approaches and review the successes of the case studies to share good practice widely within the geological conservation community. Overviews of the six case studies are presented and the essential components of a successful LGAP are defined to act as a guide to future LGAP developers. The workshop also discussed the potential need for and roles of an overarching framework to support the development of LGAPs in England. A summary of the main points emerging from these discussions is also presented.
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