Presentation on theme: "The Green Arc Vision “Bringing the Big Outdoors closer to everyone – by creating, linking and managing extensive and valued landscapes for people and."— Presentation transcript:
Green Arc Challenges Integrating Access Management of the urban fringe Fly tipping Community awareness of the local environment Adopting a strategic approach
Clear up fly tipping and work with residents to help prevent further tipping.
Green Arc Successes Community ownership of solutions Funding from a wide range of sources Improvements to access and management of the urban fringe Raising the profile of issues and solutions at the local, regional and European levels
Green Infrastructure A strategic approach to protect and enhance natural assets. A network of multi-functional greenspace. Contributes to high quality natural and built environment.
Why is it important? As pressures increase need a more strategic and integrated approach. Connecting social, economic and environmental objectives. Linking plans, strategies and activities across the area.
What are the benefits? A multi-functional greenspace: –Community involvement –Access –Health –Education –Landscapes –Biodiversity
Green Infrastructure Assets Allotments Green Corridors Woodland Parks and gardens Playing fields Nature reserves Open countryside
Steps in Developing the Plan Identify policy requirements Assess existing green space Identify links and opportunities Identify any deficits Identify needs and resources Develop Delivery Plan!
David Greenwood Surrey County Council email@example.com