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Category Archives: land use
Local action on climate change and flood prevention.
Our outgoing collective member, Judith Emanuel writes: “I spent a wonderful day planting a hazel tree coppice in the Calderdale valley organised by an inspirational organisation Treesponsibility, which is based in Hebden Bridge. So lovely to be out in a beautiful … Continue reading
Posted in Greater Manchester City Region, land use, news Tagged bioregion, community, floods, projects, resilience, trees Leave a comment
Manchester’s Housing Crisis
Most people know that the UK is in the midst of what has been dubbed the ‘housing crisis’. Indeed it is now part of mainstream political thinking that more house building is urgently required. Greater Manchester is … Continue reading
Posted in cities, Greater Manchester City Region, housing, land use, news Tagged Greater Manchester, homelessness, housing, land use, Pomona, viable economy 1 Comment