What is it?

When deals are being done, plans drawn up and investment sought, the health, productivity and environmental benefits or green space are not generally a leading priority. But this needn’t be the case.

To overcome this issue, we seek to share examples of how green space can be more adequately and beneficially incorporated into the decision-making process and go from being perceived as part of the 'software' to a fundamental part of the 'hardware'. 

“The vertical gardens are both a visual delight for residents and neighbours, and a visible expression of the hidden infrastructure at the heart of Central Park’s commitment to sustainable urban living.”

Lisa McCutchion, Frasers on Central Park. 



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