20th July 2024, Saturday

National Trust: Places For Everyone, For Ever

“We have a duty to look after places for everyone, for ever, and climate change is the biggest threat to …

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Well-Connected

Just before Christmas, the Government issued its decision on future guidance and support for electricity interconnectors: high-voltage cables that connect …

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Our Rivers Our City: Revitalising Manchester’s River Valleys and Urban Waters

“Historically, our waterways were fundamental to Manchester’s rise to economic power. They remain at the heart of what makes the …

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A Walk in the Woods

When I was younger, and I mean much younger, before I went to college and before the onerous worries of …

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A Tale of Two Badger Setts

On a large agricultural site in South Yorkshire, TEP’s ecologists have been busy developing a flexible mitigation strategy, to help …

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TEP’s Heritage Team Follow The Red Brick Road

An article by TEP’s Heritage Team has just been published in the Leicestershire Industrial History Society’s newsletter: an exclusive publication …

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BNG – What’s it all about?

Following the 2019 publication of DEFRA’s objectives for a mandatory biodiversity net gain (BNG) policy in England, Natural England recently …

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TEP and Their VIPs

TEP’s landscape design and management teams have collaborated to produce a new 50-year Spatial and Landscape Management Plan for Black …

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GIS Scales up Defra’s Biodiversity Metric

Last week the Landscape Institute hosted its annual awards ceremony, which is all about celebrating people, place and nature, and …

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