Reset all

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Showing 25–30 of 60 results

Rethinking Parks

Rethinking Parks

We have chosen 11 energetic and talented teams to explore new ways to use, manage and make the most of the UK's public parks. The teams are... Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Biodiversity and Development: A Green Infrastructure (GI) Approach Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG)

The purpose of this Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) is to expand upon the Council’s existing planning policies on biodiversity and green infrastructure contained within the
adopted Local Development Plan (LDP). Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(1) Resource

Case study: Oxford City Council - Carbon Management Plan

Case study: Oxford City Council - Carbon Management Plan

In 2011, Oxford City Council achieved its target of reducing its own carbon emissions by 25%. It is now working with local private, public and non-profit organisations to reduce Oxford’s overall carbon emissions by 40% by 2020 to become an exemplar low carbon city. Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(43) Resources

Birmingham's Green Commission

The Green Commission's Vision, launched in March 2013, sets down a challenging and robust programme of work that aims to make Birmingham a leading green city. Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(2) Resources

Demystifying Green Infrastructure

Guidance and industry reports

This report seeks to consolidate existing information on Green Infrastructure (GI) for those working in the built environment, providing a simple, accessible guide. Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

King's Cross Landscape Brochure

Sustainability Reports

At King’s Cross a rigorous urban framework has provided the base around which to build. This network of routes and spaces is as important as the buildings themselves, and a whole 40% of the 67 acre estate is given over to new streets, squares, parks and gardens. Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Showing 25–30 of 60 results

Our Sponsors

Ecobuild   Marks and Spencer Mitsubishi Electrica Wates foundation