Our work - Green infrastructure planning

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Green infrastructure is our life support system - the network of trees, parks, green spaces, canals and rivers that lies within and between our towns and cities.
 

We champion the importance of planning and developing resilient green infrastructure that can provide a wealth of social environmental and economic benefits.

We do that through the planning and delivery of The Mersey Forest Planand by developing a robust evidence base, drawing on the latest research and mapping to target green infrastructure creation and enhancements in the places where it will have the greatest impact. 

Green infrastructure planning projects:
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Northwich Business Improvement District Green Infrastructure Plan

This plan takes a look at how green infrastructure can benefit Northwich BID, focusing on increasing footfall in the town centre. It recommends... Read more about Northwich Business Improvement District Green Infrastructure Plan
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Green Infrastructure for Tomorrow - Together!

This three-year EU Interreg funded project developed a bottom-up approach to sustainable land management. Read more about Green Infrastructure for Tomorrow - Together!
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Liverpool City Region Green Infrastructure Framework

Nature at Work takes a fresh look at how the natural environment underpins our economy and quality of life Read more about Liverpool City Region Green Infrastructure Framework
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Liverpool Green Infrastructure Strategy

The Strategy has been developed to maximise the benefits that the city can gain from the sustainable management of its natural environment. Read more about Liverpool Green Infrastructure Strategy

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