Brent’s Bee Corridor
Brent Borough Council is sowing a 7-mile long ‘bee corridor’ of wildflowers to support dwindling bee populations in the city.
London Borough of Brent, North-West London.
The 7-mile long corridor is being created over a three year period (2019-2021).
What problem did it address?
Bay Road Park Local Nature Reserve, Derry, Northern Ireland
St Andrew’s Park
A 44-hectare mixed use residential development with a large new urban park.
Planning for this urban extension started in 2008. Outline planning permission was granted in January 2012 for a mixed-use development on the former RAF Uxbridge Base.
Ground preparation started in 2012.
Infrastructure construction began in 2013 followed by house construction. Hous...
Grey to Green Sheffield (phase 1)
An innovative inner-city renewal scheme transforming 1.6 kilometres of road space into a linear green route for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport.
Sheffield City Council proposed the work in 2013.
Construction of phase 1 started in 2014 and concluded in spring 2016.
Consultation on phase 2 ran from March – May 2018
Work on phase 2 began in ...
Forth Valley Royal Hospital grounds and Larbert Woods
Restoration and promotion of active use of 70 ha of accessible woodland and greenspaces is providing multiple benefits to staff, patients and their families.
The brand-new hospital opened in 2011.
The NHS Forth Valley and the Green Exercise Partnership delivered the project. A part of the ‘NHS Greenspace Demonstration’ programme, it started in 2011.