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16th April **BOOKED OUT** Bankside Urban Forest - The Ecology of Regeneration

Breakfast briefing as part of Green Sky Thinking Week 2013 exploring how we can achieve a greener Bankside through neighbourhood planning and regeneration
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Friday, 12 April 2013
Valerie Beirne
Bankside Urban Forest Manager


6 Stoney Street

Now that national policy has recognised the importance and value of integrating Green Infrastructure for climate change adaptation and for nature (NPPF, NEWP), what tools and approaches can help ensure it is core to local neighbourhood planning? Drawing on experience in Bankside, this breakfast briefing explores how Green Infrastructure can be embedded into regeneration strategies and emerging neighbourhood plans in urban areas.

- Gary Grant, Green Roof Consultancy & Ecosystems - Ecosystem approach to adapting urban neighbourhoods to climate change
- Dusty Gedge,Green Roof Consultancy & Living Roofs - Good Green Infrastructure
- Jon Kirkpatrick, Sustainability Manager, Lend Lease - Implementing Green Infrastructure at a masterplanning and neighbourhood development level
- Peter Massini, Urban Greening Team Leader, Greater London Authority

Delivered in partnership with Reset Development

Mar 27 2013