Sue Young, Head of Land Use Planning, takes a look at Local Nature Recovery Strategies, and how they can be used to form the foundation of a Nature Recovery Network.
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The simple act of peaceful protest is under threat.
The twin climate and nature emergencies have profound impacts for planning decisions and people’s health and wellbeing. Here we outline the problems with the Government's latest planning…
With only two days remaining of the consultation on changes to the planning system, it is imperative that we confront the jeopardy posed by the proposed reforms.
We already know that well-planned development can enhance and integrate nature. Our campaigner Isla Geis King explains more.
England's planning system is changing, and we're exploring what this means in this blog series. Read on to hear about Wildbelt...
We are appalled that the Government’s proposals for reforming the planning system in England are to ‘tear it down and start again.’
Rosie Whicheloe, a landscape ecologist at The Wildlife Trusts, shares her insights from her secondment with leading housebuilder Redrow
In the latest post in our series about HS2, Ian Jelley sets out the HS2 ambition vs the reality as seen in recent weeks.