Working with local authorities, parish councils and community groups to undertake projects that maximise the functions of their natural and open spaces to help address local issues
Enhancing quality of life through improvements in spaces and communities (e.g. community development, neighbourhood planning).
Helping community groups and local/ parish councils manage their open spaces sustainably so they contribute to health and well being, and achieve community cohesion.
Bringing communities together through nature based activities and projects to help address specific environmental issues and promote the value that nature provides to society (e.g climate change, biodiversity loss/fragmentation, value of ecosystem services).
Training and workshops:
Improving knowledge and skills to build the capacity of others to make improvements in their own communities or landscapes.
New Landscapes: New Communities:
Working with local authorities, developers and regeneration agencies to create new developments that are sustainable and create community cohesion.
A programme of activities and training held within Leicestershire and Rutland