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Funding and grant details for Upland Skies scheme, a nature conservation project aimed at reversing the fortunes of our birds of prey in the Peak District.

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Dear The National Lottery Heritage Fund,

Request for Funding and grant details for Upland Skies scheme.

Local charities are working together on the Upland Skies scheme, a nature conservation project aimed at reversing the fortunes of our birds of prey in the Peak District. The project has received support from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, and £91,900 has been awarded to the partnership made up of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, RSPB, National Trust and Peak District National Park Authority. This funding gives the partnership the opportunity to progress plans for the project and apply for a full National Lottery grant next year.

Yours faithfully,

Sarah Pinnell

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Dear Sarah,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request on the 6 November, in
which you requested to see information on the funding and grant details of
the Upland Skies project.

 

The ‘Upland Skies: Birds of Prey in the Peak District & Sheffield’ project
was awarded a development grant of £91,900 by our committee on the 29
November 2018.

 

Please find attached sections 2-4 of the application form for this
project. These sections are the ones where the applicant describes to us
what the project will do, how they will achieve this and what the outcomes
will be. Usually, we find this contains the information people would like
to see.

 

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the document which have been made under Section 40 of the Freedom of
Information Act – Personal Information. This exemption allows a public
body to withhold information that could be considered personal to an
individual. In line with the principles set out in the Data Protection
Act, a public body has a duty to protect personal information that it
holds.

 

I hope this document answers your queries, however if you have any further
queries please let me know.

 

Best wishes

 

Lauren

 

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The National Lottery Heritage Fund

 

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