How can the DLCA be used for green infrastructure planning?

Posted on by Lore Gubb

Green infrastructure is the interconnected network of public and private land and water that supports native species, maintains natural and ecological processes, sustains air and water resources, and contributes to the health and quality of life of people and communities. A key principle of green infrastructure planning is that it should utilise the existing character of the landscape and enhance the sense of place. Landscape Character Assessment is an important tool to guide the planning and design of green infrastructure that responds to local distinctiveness.

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I work 3 days a week sending Electronic Communications to Schools and updating the Just For Schools website, and 2 days a week I am a support assistant for the Web and Digital Communications Team ,assisting with various content publishing and approving tasks related to the council website. View all posts by Lore Gubb → Bookmark the permalink.