Greener Places Strategy

Have your say on South Gloucestershire’s new strategy for ‘Greener Places'

Greener places

Green Infrastructure Strategy

We are working with our partners, communities, and residents on a strategy for greener places in South Gloucestershire.

The aim of this new strategy is to strengthen the way we work together towards a shared vision for ‘greener places where people and nature thrive’.

About the strategy

The strategy explains why we need to improve the network of green spaces and water courses (green infrastructure) across our area, and the action we plan to take.

It shows how we will link our work to regional, national, and global commitments to protect the environment and how important that is.

We call this the ‘green thread’.

What it means

By putting this strategy into action, we aim to achieve:

  • protected and restored nature
  • greater resilience to the changing climate
  • sustainable water management
  • improved health and wellbeing for all
  • sustainable places
  • valued healthy landscapes
  • sustainable and local food production
  • a green and resilient economy
  • stronger working together

 

This will help us to do what we promise in the:

 

How to have your say

You can read the draft strategy document on our website and you can also download a summary by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page.

We would like to know what you think and you can do this by:

  • Downloading a paper copy of the questionnaire which you can print and send back to us using the FREEPOST address. You can download a paper copy by clicking this link or requesting a copy by phone.
  • Telephone: 01454 866 895
  • Email us at: consultation@southglos.gov.uk 

 

Additional Links

Draft Green Infrastructure Strategy - summary (webpage - accessible version)

 

Write to:  
Freepost Plus RTXL-YHGY-GSYS
South Gloucestershire Council
Corporate Consultation Team
Council Offices
Badminton Road
Yate
BRISTOL
BS37 5AF

 

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRE BY 12TH SEPTEMBER 2021.

Timeline

  • Opened
    17 Jun 2021 at 17:00
  • Closes
    12 Sep 2021 at 23:59

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