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Training & events

Revitalising Regeneration 2015

4 February 2015, Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), Manchester

A conference focusing on how increased local and regional power could change the landscape of regeneration by offering tailor made solutions to revitalising neighbourhoods.

Housing associations have the opportunity to lead locally defined interventions to revitalise cities, towns and neighbourhoods. They are uniquely placed to get to the heart of their neighbourhoods and redefine their relationship with communities to deliver the best outcomes. This conference explores how new partnerships might work locally and what they could look like.

The event features dedicated sessions on how housing associations can make the most of their green space assets.

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Reimagine London: What if we made London a National Park?

24 February, 2015, Southbank Centre, London

What if London became a National Park?

A massive 47% of London is green space, making it one of the greenest cities in the world for its size. It is home to the world's largest urban forest and its 3.8m gardens cover 24% of the capital.The statutory purpose of national park status is to "conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the area" and "promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of the park by the public." What if we took these ideas and applied them to London?

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Neighbourhoods Green is a national partnership supported by Design Council Cabe, Groundwork, the Green Flag Plus Partnership, the Landscape Institute, the National Housing Federation, Natural England, the Royal Horticultural Society and the Wildlife Trusts.
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