Development of a Local Record Centre accreditation system (NECR058)

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Local Record Centres are a not-for-profit service run in partnership for the public benefit, which collect, collate, manage and disseminate information of known quality relating to biodiversity, geodiversity, and sites of importance for nature conservation for a defined geographic area.

Natural England is interested in the development of an accreditation system to help improve standards across LRCs and facilitate data exchange and use across with national voluntary recording schemes, other members of the National Biodiversity Network community and geodiversity community.

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