GreenLINK brings together, at a national level, organisations that are active in the parks and green space sector. Participating organisations include charities and trusts, social enterprises and other non-governmental bodies.
GreenLINK provides an open forum where knowledge can be shared, duplication of work can be avoided and robust and effective responses to challenges that impact on the sector can be jointly developed; the latest being advocacy, reporting on green spaces benefits aimed at the latest Government cuts.
National Planning Policy Framework
Sumbitted to DCLG in Spetember 2011.
The Bishop Review
A response to the review of Design Council CABE in June 2011.
Shaping the Future
A response to the Heritage Lottery Fund's strategic framework consultation.
Healthy Lives, Healthy People
SA response to the Department of Health's White Paper.
Blue Sky Green Space
Sent to ministers in October 2010
Climate Change Summary
Released in support of Climate Week 2011
A comprehensive list of the benefits of parks and green spaces, drawing together the latest research and evidence.
Be part of GreenLINK
National charities, trusts, NGOs and social enterprises active in the green space sector are encouraged to join and work together.
Government Agencies and non-departmental public bodies are regular and welcome observers and contributors, expanding access to information and resources and making useful connections across different government departments, agendas and initiatives.
To discuss GreenLINK please email Michelle Parker or call 0118 946 5154.
Association of Garden Trusts
Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens
The Grasslands Trust
GreenSpace & GreenSpace National Forum
Keep Britain Tidy
City of London
Heritage Lottery Fund
National Federation of Parks and Green Spaces
Royal Parks Agency
GreenLINK is hosted by GreenSpace.