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PRESS RELEASE: Street trees set for Speke and Everton

16 December 2014
Streets in Speke and Everton are set to receive a green makeover in the New Year with the planting of dozens of street trees.
pdf iconView Press release - Speke and Everton.pdf press release (77.88 KB)

Transnational study exchange: ForeStClim visit to Germany and France, November 2014

28 November 2014
Summarises a study exchange by The Mersey Forest team to Speyer in Germany and Redon in france. The purpose of the visit was to maximise opportunities for transnational collaboration, building on work that has taken place during the ForeStClim project,...
pdf iconView Transnational study exchange - Germany & France Nov 2014.pdf PDF (3.87 MB)

PRESS RELEASE: Free trees giveaway at St Helens pubs

26 November 2014
St Helens residents are being given the opportunity to pick up a free tree for their garden or allotment.
pdf iconView Free tree giveaway1.pdf press release (35.97 KB)

Green Infrastructure - Added Value

01 November 2014
The Mersey Forest commissioned BE Group to undertake a study of how green infrastructure can play a part in generating value from new commercial development.
PDF iconView http://www.merseyforest.org.uk/BE_group_green_infrastructure.pdf PDF

Liverpool Knowledge Quarter Project Summary

31 October 2014
Liverpool Vision, the city’s economic development company, published an Urban Design Framework for the Knowledge Quarter in July 2008. It included a Climax Plan which showed an estimation of how the buildings, streets and open spaces might look within ...
PDF iconView http://www.greeninfrastructurenw.co.uk/resources/Liverpool_Knowledge_Quarter_Project_Summary.pdf Liverpool_Knowledge_Quarter_Project_Summary.pdf

Urban Catchment Forestry Prospectus

30 October 2014
A prospectus for an Urban Catchment Forestry programme, which will seek to make the business case for the strategic use of urban trees and woodlands to reduce flooding, improve water quality, and bring wider benefits. It will be used to develop partner...
pdf iconView Urban Catchment Forestry prospectus - final - Oct 2014.pdf PDF (442.64 KB)

PRESS RELEASE: Runcorn East station in bloom

07 October 2014
Runcorn East station has been given a green boost after volunteers and pupils from local schools helped to make environmental improvements to the site.
pdf iconView Runcorn East station.pdf press release (17.24 KB)

Sankey Valley Green Infrastructure Plan

04 September 2014
This Natural England-funded study sets out the key biodiversity opportunities in Sankey Valley, building on the work of the Liverpool and Warrington Green Infrastructure Framework.
pdf iconView Sankey Valley GI and Action Plan.pdf PDF (1.86 MB)

Case study: Trafford biomass hub

03 September 2014
A hub of renewable energy has been established in Mickle Trafford, Cheshire, as a result of the Cheshire Rural Biomass Project.
pdf iconView Case study one- Trafford Biomass Hub.pdf Case study (2.98 MB)

Case study: Training as part of CheRuB

03 September 2014
Following the installation of three different types of biomass boilers at sites in Trafford, Cheshire, the next part of the Cheshire Rural Biomass project involved training heating engineers to install biomass systems.
pdf iconView Case study two - Training.pdf Case study (567.60 KB)

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