Green Infrastructure describes the network of natural and semi-natural habitat features that provide connectivity through the urban and rural environments. It encompasses a broad variety of features ranging from woodlands and rivers through the hedgerows and individual trees. Green Infrastructure has formed an important part of national and local planning policy for a number of years, and has been given added emphasis by the recent move towards Biodiversity Net Gain.

Delivery of connections between areas of high-quality habitat is fundamental to the recovery of nature in the UK and also acts as a key selling point for development projects. Our team have several years of experience in designing successful Green Infrastructure solutions for all scales of development.