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  •   Green Infrastructure Guide for The East Midlands [3 of 3]

    The Guide, commissioned by EMRA and developed by RNRP and other regional partners aims to assist local delivery vehicles, local authorities and community based initiatives at local and sub regional level and around the UK. Building on the 2005 'East Midlands Green Infrastructure Scoping Study' and the subsequent 'Green Infrastructure for the East Midlands A Public Benefit Mapping Project' studies, the Guide incorporates numerous innovative Case Studies from around the region that demonstrate models for effective GI. [3 of 3]   [ 3MB ]

  •   Green Infrastructure Guide for The East Midlands [2 of 3]

    The Guide, commissioned by EMRA and developed by RNRP and other regional partners aims to assist local delivery vehicles, local authorities and community based initiatives at local and sub regional level and around the UK. Building on the 2005 'East Midlands Green Infrastructure Scoping Study' and the subsequent 'Green Infrastructure for the East Midlands A Public Benefit Mapping Project' studies, the Guide incorporates numerous innovative Case Studies from around the region that demonstrate models for effective GI. [2 of 3]   [ 3MB ]

  •   Green Infrastructure Guide for The East Midlands [1 of 3]

    The Guide, commissioned by EMRA and developed by RNRP and other regional partners aims to assist local delivery vehicles, local authorities and community based initiatives at local and sub regional level and around the UK. Building on the 2005 'East Midlands Green Infrastructure Scoping Study' and the subsequent 'Green Infrastructure for the East Midlands A Public Benefit Mapping Project' studies, the Guide incorporates numerous innovative Case Studies from around the region that demonstrate models for effective GI. [1 of 3]   [ 3MB ]

  •   Green Infrastructure - Making the Connection (Study C)

    This document sets out the vision and process for establishing a local green infrastructure framework for Corby set within the Strategic framework that has been developed for North Northamptonshire (Rockingham Forest area).   [ 765KB ]

  •   Green Infrastructure - Making the Connection (Study B)

    In common with West Northamptonshire (presented in Study A), a comprehensive examination of the environmental resource within North Northamptonshire has been undertaken in order to implement the approach discussed earlier and identify a GI Strategy.   [ 1MB ]

  •   Green Infrastructure - Making the Connection (Study A)

    In common with North Northamptonshire (presented in Study B), a comprehensive examination of the environmental resource within West Northamptonshire has been undertaken in order to implement the approach discussed earlier and identify a GI Strategy.   [ 738KB ]

  •   Environmental Character & Green Infrastructure Suite Policy and Context

    As part of the government’s Sustainable Communities Plan Northamptonshire was identified as part of one of four major growth areas in the wider South East.   [ 1MB ]

  •   Canopy Walk Project Profile

    Salcey Forest is a majestic, ancient, largely coniferous woodland on the clay plateau between Northampton and Milton Keynes. The Forest has been an important public recreation area for many decades, and is a hugely important area for nature conservation.   [ 2MB ]

  •   SPARC Magazine

    Founded on partnership working and bridging five North European countries, the SPARC approach will continue to benefit the water-related environment long after SPARC itself is completed.   [ 6MB ]

  •   Green Infrastructure

    High levels of growth are projected for the Milton Keynes and South Midlands (MKSM) Sub Region, this increase will put pressure on existing green infrastructure assets and require new assets to be provided for both the existing and new communities. The MKSM Environment and Quality of Life (EQOL) Sub-Group led by the newly created Sustainable Development Delivery team have produced ‘Green Infrastructure: Sustainable Communities in Milton Keynes and the South Midlands’ is also available for the general public and board/member level representatives. Although the guide is aimed at users within the MKSM growth area, the key principles are generic and can therefore be used to influence the development planning process more widely.   [ 132KB ]

  •   Green Infrastructure by Design

    mksm as the biggest Growth Area in the country has challenging ambitions which cover both the quantity and quality of new development. Natural England, the Environment Agency and the Green Infrastructure partnerships across mksm have worked closely with local authorities and private developers to produce this guide which is intended as a useful tool to support local authorities, developers and house builders alike, in planning for high quality development which integrates green infrastructure alongside other infrastructure needs, and the overall quality of place for mksm.   [ 5MB ]

  •   Investors in the Environment (IiE) Free Events

    Investors in the Environment (IiE) is a green accreditation scheme to help your business or community organisation save money and be green! Come along on 19th June to find out more information and how to pledge.   [ 393KB ]

  •   The Economic Challenge : Delivering Your Priorities Through Green Spaces

    Free Event being organised by Green Space East Midlands. Devonshire Place, Leicester, 10th November 2010, 10-4pm   [ 613KB ]

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