What the Land Trust believes
Green Infrastructure is the network of natural elements, green spaces, rivers, canals and lakes that are in and around our urban environments, connecting them together.
Therefore, Green Infrastructure is a critical element of sustainable development and must not be overlooked within the planning system.
Well maintained green Infrastructure provides many benefits to society, including:
What we want to achieve
We want to ensure that Green Infrastructure is recognsied as a key element of any urban environment which can contribute to solutions to existing and future economic, environmental and social challenges.
We want to see stronger and clearer support from Government on understanding the value of green infrastructure within the built environment and to support investment mechanisms for managing it long term.
What we are doing
We are promoting messages about the importance of green infrastructure through a variety of ways, including responding to government consultations and through publications, research, events and PR activity.
I used to work at Askern pit so I've got an affinity with the place. I've been volunteering at the park for the past couple of years, helping people get the most out of it.
Pete Robson, volunteer at Warren House Park
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