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Excellence in Planning for the Natural Environment

Excellence in Planning for the Natural Environment - Finalists


Bird Aware Solent submitted by Portsmouth City Council

Bird Aware Solent - Credit Pete Durnell

Planning a future for a globally-important landscape: Successfully mitigating recreational disturbance to enable continuing development around the Solent.








Photo credit: Pete Durnell


Silverlake submitted by Savills

Silverlake Photo 1Image Credit - Willmore Isles Architects High Res

Transformational development of a former quarry into a nature-based resort facility, integrated into a mosaic of diverse habitats managed to increase biodiversity.


Photo credit: Willmore Isles Architects


Stirling Enhanced Landscape Mitigation Project submitted by Ironside Farrar Ltd and Scottish Power Energy Networks

Stirling Enhanced Landscape Mitigation Project _003_Ironside Farrar Ltd

Stirling Enhanced Landscape Mitigation Project is an innovative project that has empowered local community groups to assist in the design and delivery of local mitigation projects.


A Survey of Important Trees and Hedgerows in the Parish of Market Bosworth submitted by Market Bosworth Parish Council

A Survey Of Important Trees  - Probably The Oldest Tree In Bosworth

In 2018 a group of local volunteers surveyed the trees and hedgerows in the Parish of Market Bosworth to maintain the Neighbourhood Plan evidence database.

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