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parks for people programme 

The Parks for People programme, operated by the Heritage Lottery Fund, aims to improve the local environment and put parks firmly back at the ...

greenspace is good..and we've proved it 

We always thought greenspace was good for you....with the publication today of the largest single set of Social Return on Investment ...

responses to regeneration discussion paper 

In February 2011 the Minister for Housing and Communities launched a regeneration discussion paper Building a Sustainable Future. The paper was ...

social impact portal launched 

The Social Impact Scotland website has been launched as part of the legacy from the Scottish Government's SROI Project. Managed by Forth Sector ...

greenspace goes underground in New York 

Three New York entrepreneurs have unveiled plans to turn a long abandoned underground train terminal into a lush and thriving garden. The Delancey ...

urban farm design competition in Atlanta, Georgia 

The City of Atlanta, in partnership with Wal-Mart has announced a competition to design an urban farm on a vacant lot across from City Hall. The ...

making the case for investment in the walking environment 

This report published by Living Streets brings together and evaluates the multiple health, economic, social and environmental benefits of ...

woodland-related social enterprises 

The Social and Economic Research Group in Forest Research have published a report Woodland-related Social Enterprises: Enabling factors and ...

Edinburgh celebrates success 

City of Edinburgh Council picked up first prize for the best parks team in the country at the recent APSE national awards. Edinburgh's parks and ...

New LDP for Glasgow 

On completion (scheduled for 2014) this will replace City Plan 2. As well as setting out the Glasgow’s land use strategy for the coming years, the ...
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