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How can national planning policy be adapted to improve and restore the green belt?

Our President Lord Randall chaired a workshop focusing on how national planning policy can be adapted to help improve and restore the countryside on the edge of major cities.
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Donate Now to Support our ‘Countryside in Crisis’ Campaign

Exciting news! Give to our charity appeal this week and Big Give’s Green Match Fund will DOUBLE your donation.

Spotlight

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Trees planted at Iver Environment Centre thanks to Bosch

Iver Environment Centre and Colne Valley Regional Park were delighted to host visitors from Bosch UK last month to carry out tree surveys and maintenance on some new saplings which were planted in the playground and to make a new maze.
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Gladwins Wood

The Colne Valley Regional Park is horrified at the destruction of Gladwins Wood in Denham, located between Tatling End and Rush Green part of a network of irreplaceable ancient woodlands between Denham, Gerrards Cross, Chalfont St Peter and Maple Cross.
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The Colne Valley Regional Park – what we need is Joined Up Thinking

Jerry Unsworth an independent planning consultant advising the Colne Valley Regional Park makes the case for genuine joined-up thinking when it comes to planning on the urban fringe.
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Green Skills Team Work In Deerwood Park in Slough in Partnership with SEGRO

In partnership with SEGRO, Groundwork South has recently completed another Green Skills Team Project in Slough. This is a six-week programme in which unemployed individuals from the Slough area spend two days a week learning practical conservation skills and also attend sessions to improve their employability.
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Your Countryside in Crisis – Campaign Update

We are really pleased by what our 'Countryside in Crisis - A Call to Action!' campaign has achieved so far. Learn more here about our mission and the tangible progress we have made.
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Colne Valley Regional Park Forum 2023

We were delighted to welcome over 100 partners and colleagues to the Colne Valley Park Annual Forum at Brunel University on 11th December. Expert speakers gave updates on new funding streams, progress on current programmes and how we can work in partnership to step up to the challenges faced by the Colne Valley Regional Park and its neighbours.