It is now widely understood that high quality green infrastructure brings multiple benefits to individual people and society as a whole. But what does 'high quality' mean in practice? How can it be defined and measured? What does 'good' green infrastructure policy look like? How can councils, developers, public health teams, landscape architects, community groups, businesses and others collaborate effectively to maximise the benefits of the green infrastructure they create and maintain?

This timely conference will bring together leading policy makers, practitioners, academics and political leaders to explain the emerging new frameworks for assessing and improving the quality of green infrastructure - and putting them in to practice across the UK.


Starts: 10:30 (registration and coffee from 10.00)

Ends: 16:30

Speakers to be confirmed

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If you are interested in sponsoring this conference please contact Julia Thrift at:  [email protected]

 For more information about the Green Infrastructure Partnership and to join the partnership see: www.gip-uk.org

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