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Community Engagement

The Seven Project Towns

The Green Infrastructure for Growth team conducted a series of public consultation events. This was to give local residents the opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed changes to public open spaces. 

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The events were very successful. We were able to gain a broad spread of opinion and feedback about the environment and public open spaces from the seven project towns. These were fed into the final design stages of each project. 

The team had a stand at this very popular summer show to facilitate direct engagement with residents from across the county. To illustrate its objectives a centrepiece was commissioned from Kehelland Trust. 'Biodiversity in a wheelbarrow' illustrated in miniature form the aims and objectives of Gi4G. This was a great attraction to visitors. Workshops also took place to make wildflower seed 'bombs'. This was to encourage people to create their own mini wildflower meadow.