On Tuesday 2nd October, the Colne Valley Park will be visited by a group of 40 representatives of the Dutch government and other official Dutch groups. The group are in the UK for a study trip to help with the development of national parks in Holland. They wanted to visit the Colne Valley Regional Park because of Colne Valley's experience in developing a historic landscape successfully.
Groundwork's experience of working to tackle climate change will form part of two crucial events on the subject in May 2007.
Investment in the local environment is returned with interest in benefits to the local economy, new research by the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) and Groundwork has concluded in a report published today.
Following Groundwork's lead role in testing the Mayor's 'Tomorrow's Suburbs' Toolkit, we were asked to contribute to the continued investigation into London's suburbs.
Having been a supporter of the Green Grid concept from the start, Groundwork was asked to contribute to this Supplementary Planning Guidance.
Groundwork was asked to provide its thoughts on the Mayor's future Housing Strategy for London
Groundwork was asked to comment on Lantra's draft strategy for London.
Groundwork was asked to provide input and evidence for the Mayor of London's Street Tree Investigation.
Groundwork London tested the 'Tools for Making London's Suburbs More Sustainable' Toolkit in 7 pilot projects across London.
This publication from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister looks at the importance of urban green space and at how best to financially manage and plan it.
Green Places published an article on Groundwork's perspective on sustainable planning in the UK and Europe.
Burgess Park is one of the most important public parks in South London and this report aims to: - focus attention on the major issues affecting Burgess Park - highlight the metropolitan significance of Burgess Park - present Burgess Park in the context of post-industrial European parks - raise the profile of Burgess Park and encourage discussion about its future.
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