Workstream 1 Key Research on Green Infrastructure: what is the science telling us?

  Introduction

 EU Projects on Green Infrastructure

 NERC projects and programmes relevant to Green Infrastructure

 Other Academic Research on Green Infrastructure

 Other Research Council UK projects on Green Infrastructure



Workstream 2 Policy and Practice on Green Infrastructure: What are the key lessons emerging?

 Capturing Green Infrastructure Policy and Practice



Workstream 3 Integrating science and practice to improve GI mainstreaming

 Green Infrastructure Partnership Evaluation



Workstream 4 Understanding our growing environmental vocabulary & how green infrastructure fits in

 Understanding our growing environmental vocabulary in England Connecting Green Infrastructure, Natural Capital, Ecosystem Services and Net Gains within the English Planning System



Workstream 5 Improving policy processes and outcomes for GI

 Green Infrastructure Planning Policy Assessment Tool



Workstream 6 Working with the Green Infrastructure Partnership



Green Infrastructure Partnership Evaluation

This survey provides vital intelligence to feed into a review of the Green Infrastructure Partnership (GIP)

It is now five years since TCPA took over the management of the Green Infrastructure Partnership (GIP) from Defra in 2014.  It is timely to take stock of what has been achieved and to consider how the partnership might move forward.  This evaluation project was approved by the GIP sounding board in June 2019 as part of ongoing work in a NERC knowledge exchange fellowship on mainstreaming green infrastructure. The evaluation was bounded within the following terms of reference approved by the GIP sounding board

  • To review past work and outputs of the GIP and to use this intelligence to help plan a future vision and direction of travel for GIP in line with key policy changes and increasing influence of green infrastructure in research, policy and practice.
  • To identify the current and likely future drivers of GI research, policy and practice to inform the evaluation.
  • To review terms of reference, priorities, funding and governance structure of GIP

A copy of the draft evaluation report  is now available

A copy of the Internet Survey results including full qualitative comments (anonymized) is available