- Created: Thursday, 13 September 2012 10:44
In this note, green infrastructure is defined as healthy soils, clean rivers, wnatural habitats, wild species and landscapes; peatbog, woodlands, tidal mudflats, underwater reefs, urban parks and greenspaces. The note explains how communities and those who serve them can use land and water in a way which works with nature to sustain the benefits nature provides. It suggests some practical steps to make the most of green infrastructure and provides links to further information and examples.
The note is part of a suit of documents that site alongside the Land Use Strategy. It is available to view online or download as a pdf here.