We've have a huge 1.25 million records!
We are proud to be the hosts of the Derbyshire Biological Records Centre.
We collate and combine data on protected species, species of conservation importance, designated sites and UK BAP priority habitat types. Working closely with County Recorders, local natural history groups and individuals to collect new records on an annual basis.
Most of our datasets are updated through the year, but a full update usually occurs between January and March.
The Records Centre currently holds over 1.25 million records and receives around 25,000 records per annum!
See our charges
Our charges are based on the staff time and administration costs associated with the collection, extraction, interpretation, verification and supply of this data.
Biodiversity data search £115 per hour
Minimum charge for a positive result £70
Neighbourhood Plan ONLY – Standard charge £41 plus VAT
There will be an administration charge of £30 for nil returns on a data request. Data searches will be charged per 15 minute unit after the first 30 minutes.
Unless otherwise stated, all of the charges are subject to VAT at the standard rate.
A full fee quotation will be sent before the search is undertaken and the search will only be undertaken once agreed in writing.
Please see our terms and conditions at the bottom of this page.
Fill in the form for a biological data request
‘We regret that between 25th May and 15th June we will be operating a slightly reduced service for data enquiries and it may take longer than usual for us to respond. This is as a result of a rotational furlough in place across the Trust at this time. However, we will still try to respond within 10 working days as per guidelines for Local Records Centres. Apologies in advance for any inconvenience’.
The Wildlife Trusts believe that people are part of nature; everything we value ultimately comes from it and everything we do impacts upon it.