21st June 2024, Friday

River Assessments and BNG For Sustainable Development

The UK’s rivers have been in the news recently, often for all the wrong reasons. Communities have experienced significant river …

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14 Ways I Can Help Combat Climate Change

Before joining The Environment Partnership (TEP) two years ago, I had only a basic understanding of the meaning of sustainability …

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Development and Biodiversity in Greater Manchester

The adoption of the Environment Bill and mandatory Biodiversity Net Gain presents a great opportunity to ensure there are measurable …

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2021 Environment Grant Awardees

Another successful year for our Environment Grant, as we get ready to announce this year’s awardees. We received so many …

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The Eden Project Has Invited TEP to Re-imagine Morecambe’s Seaside

TEP (The Environment Partnership) has completed landscape designs to support the planning application for the Eden Project’s new venture: Eden …

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What is Chalara Ash Dieback?

Common ash, Fraxinus excelsior, is a large native tree making up 12% of British woodland. Over 9,000 trees classified as …

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Planning Consent for Self-build Homes in the Isles of Scilly

TEP is delighted that the Council of Isles of Scilly (CIOS), has granted planning permission for 12 affordable, detached and …

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Putting Nature at the Heart of Development

TEP has assisted one of its housebuilder clients to obtain a Building with Nature Design Award for its residential development …

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Future of the High Street

Concern about the fortunes of the high street has been prevalent for a number of years with competition from out …

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