Category: Landscape Management

TEP Appointed As Countryside Clerk Of Works For National Trust

TEP has just been appointed as the Countryside Clerk of Works to support the National Trust in delivering a habitat …

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Invasive Non-Native Species

10-15% of non-native species established in the UK cause significant adverse impacts, such as disrupting habitats and ecosystems, as well …

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Greenspaces Out of Bounds

To maintain health and wellbeing, to socialise and to engage with nature. These are the positive messages about greenspaces that …

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North Hamilton Goes For Green Flag Award

TEP’s Landscape Managers are raising the standard of greenspaces in Leicester by supporting Greenbelt Group Ltd (Greenbelt) in preparing a …

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The Benefits of Vitamin G

This year The RHS is encouraging everyone to Get your dose of Vitamin G by taking a few minutes each …

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TEP Helps Focus Volunteering Efforts at Trafford Ecology Park

TEP’s Landscape Managers have produced a Landscape Management Plan for Groundwork, to help focus volunteering efforts at one of their …

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Why is Open Space Important?

Open space is not empty space. It is a valuable contribution to quality of life, health and the local economy. …

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Managing Black Park Country Park

Buckinghamshire Council has appointed The Environment Partnership (TEP) to produce a Landscape Management Plan for Black Park Country Park. TEP …

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Manchester City Council appoints TEP

Manchester City Council has appointed TEP to produce River Valley Strategies and Action Plans for the rivers Irk, Medlock and …

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Managing Landscapes Through Climate Change

Landscape Managers often require a strong understanding of the past, present and the future of their project sites and the …

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A Day In The Life Of…

Senior Landscape Manager James Cooper recently invited six students from Sheffield Hallam University to join him for ‘A Day in …

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WORLD WETLANDS DAY

World Wetlands Day is celebrated on 2nd February each year to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands …

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