Options appraisal for future of Pegwell Bay Country Park, a NNR and adjacent to Natura site
Evidence review and recommendations for taking forward a strategic green infrastructure approach across four east Kent local planning authorities.
Developing Stage 2 submission for the Valley of Visions Landscape Partnership Scheme
Producing green infrastructure strategy for Canterbury district, with a comprehensive analysis of green infrastructure functions and public benefits.
Assessing strategic green infrastructure needs to support development in Kent to 2031.
Developing a community engagement and inclusion strategy to take forward audience development and to ensure the project engages harder-to-reach and under-represented audiences.
Involvement in all editions of the Kent Countryside and Coast Access Improvement Plan (CCAIP) (Kent’s Rights of Way Improvement Plan) (2007, 2012 and 2018 publications). Stakeholder engagement, research in to users and non-users, literature review and drafting of the CCAIP.
Comprehensive access management plan to protect Natura sties from recreational pressure arising
Mitigation and monitoring plan to support Thanet District Council Local Plan to address increased recreation pressure
Mitigation and monitoring plan to support Canterbury City Council Local Plan to address increased recreation pressure
Producing integrated management plans for both nature and people, to enable the sites to be both Green Flag accredited and designated as Local Nature Reserves.
Setting out a strategic direction for Maidstone’s parks and open spaces to ensure that community, environmental and economic imperatives are met.
Develop strategic green infrastructure framework across thirteen local planning authorities in support of the South Downs National Park Authority Local Plan.
Producing new management plans for these locally important community and wildlife areas – Berengrave Local Nature Reserve and Watts Meadow – involving the local community and supporting new community groups.
Producing Buckinghamshire County Council’s new Rights of Way Improvement Plan. The plan responds to the needs of Buckinghamshire county, including significant development and major infrastructure.