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Most people enjoy spending time in parks, but do we understand how they benefit our well-being? A recently published study by University of Exeter Medical School's European Centre for the Environment and Human Health has proved that urban...
RIBA is planning to abolish the 50 year old plan of Work Stages A to L scheme and replace it with a seven-point schedule for works. Having been ratified at the RIBA Council in September, the major change to working processes is likely to come...
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and Big Lottery Fund (BIG) have announced plans to invest £100 million in parks over the next three years. The funding will be through the Parks for People programme which has been re-worked to encourage local...
In an era of public service cuts a new form of charitable giving has
been set up to secure the future of parks. The Green Places Fund has
been developed to help town and cities protect their parks and green
spaces by giving them the money they need to invest in improvement and