Green Infrastructure
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Recreation Planning
Open Space & Land Use
Landscape Assessment
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WHAT WE DO      
  Green Infrastructure

We define green infrastructure as an interconnected network of open spaces that conserves natural ecosystems and functions, sustains clean water and biodiversity and provides a range of benefits for people and wildlife in urban and rural environments.  

In other words, it is an ecological framework for social, environmental and economic health and wellbeing.  

A green infrastructural approach provides for conservation and development, places for people to live, work, recreate and enjoy nature.  It helps communities to identify and prioritise conservation opportunities and plan development in ways that optimise use of land and the needs of people and nature.  

  Project Examples include:

Mungavin Park, Homestead and Kenepuru Stream

Titahi Bay Development Plan

Porirua Urban Vegetation Identification

Reserves Review

Wellington South Coast