Parks (page 3)


National Park City plan

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has launched plans to help make the capital the world’s first National Park City and one of the greenest cities...

in Parks - on 21/8/17

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Leeds Parks Fund launched

A new charitable fund dedicated to enhancing public parks and green spaces in Leeds was launched in July

in Parks - on 25/7/17

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Green Flag Awards

1797 parks, gardens, cemeteries, universities, museums, hospitals, shopping centres and canals have met the tough criteria demanded by the Award

in Parks - on 22/7/17

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Protect green spaces

The London Assembly Environment Committee has written a report urging the capital’s mayor to take measures to protect and maintain the capital’s green...

in Parks - on 14/7/17


The end of parklife?

Here's a hard-hitting article from The Observer's Rowan Moore who suggests that Britain’s parks are in crisis. He asks, with councils such as Bristol...

in Parks - on 11/7/17

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Goalpost safety

We make no bones about repeating the message about goalpost safety. Indeed, all sports equipment needs to be checked regularly as being ‘fit for purpose’...

in Parks - on 12/6/17

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Open Spaces protected

A new Active Spaces partnership between The London Marathon Charitable Trust and Fields in Trust will create a legacy of 50 permanently protected outdoor...

in Parks - on 2/6/17

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Royal Parks charity

Royal Parks have announced the appointment of Andrew Scattergood as their new Chief Executive following an open recruitment process.

in Parks - on 18/5/17

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Easy parks with Toro

With research reporting widespread budget cuts, Reesink Turfcare looks at how to make that all-important budget go further without a drop in park...

in Parks - on 28/4/17

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Memorial tree planned

Wellington in Bloom is launching a fund to plant a wedding cake tree in the town’s Edwardian park in memory of Mark Norman

in Parks - on 23/3/17

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Committee uses RTPI

Public parks could face a period of decline as local authorities struggle to fund their upkeep, a new report from the Communities and Local Government...

in Parks - on 27/2/17

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Harpenden park saved

A recreation ground in Harpenden which is used by hundreds of people in the town each year has been granted legal protection from any future development,...

in Parks - on 23/2/17


NT to take over parks?

In a consultation exercise, Newcastle City Council is inviting opinions about the future running of the parks and green spaces

in Parks - on 17/1/17

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A Pipe Dream!

Glasgow Green is the UK’s oldest public park. Situated on the east side of the city centre, it is a mecca for locals and tourists, attracting millions...

in Parks - on 2/12/16

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Calderdale Colour

The Calderdale Corridors of Colour project is a planting scheme to combat the loss of wildflower meadows by planting new areas using a UK native mix.

in Parks - on 21/11/16

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We don’t talk anymore!

On 26th October two important ‘news’ items broke. One from a Government Select Committee and the other from The Football Association, Communities and...

in Parks - on 27/10/16


Hyde Park hi-tech

Plans to build one of the UK’s most innovative greenhouses in Hyde Park were unveiled this week

in Parks - on 15/10/16


Green spaces worth £2.2bn

Outdoor exercise delivers an estimated £2.2bn of health benefits to adults in England each year, a study suggests

in Parks - on 24/9/16


Deep penetration!

Landscapers, groundsmen and gardeners responsible for large grassed open space areas such as parkland, sports pitches, golf courses, bowling greens and...

in Parks - on 23/9/16


FIT UK’s Best Park 2016

A nationwide search to find the country’s favourite local green space nominated and selected by public vote

in Parks - on 23/9/16