Presentation on theme: "Access to Natural Green Space What are we doing and why? Naomi Wright – SW region."— Presentation transcript:
Access to Natural Green Space What are we doing and why? Naomi Wright – SW region
Access to Natural Green Space Capacity within the region Information and training Using standards and indicators The Planning system Local Area Agreements
Research – making the most of the development process Recommendations: National champion needed Identify green space hubs to attract s106 Regional tiered approach to green infrastructure with broad principles and common standards Good practice guide Locally adopted strategy and cohesive standards Make it easy for developers
National ANGS projects Researched: Accessibility Social connectivity Naturalness
Regional and sub regional activity –Regional Spatial Strategy –Planting Places campaign and network –A new regional Green Infrastructure Task group –Green Infrastructure Strategies –Local Area Agreements –Biodiversity action plans etc.
This year Regional broad Green Infrastructure principles/common standards Tiered approach – Hubs? Making it easy for developers – s106/CIL LAAs and national indicators Natural Play – regional activity Events and sharing good practice Source: England Leisure Visits 2005
Any suggestions? Do you generally support the areas of work? Are there others for GreenSpace to be spending more time on?
Access to Natural Green Space www.naturalengland.org.ukwww.naturalengland.org.uk (for the manifesto and information) firstname.lastname@example.org