Beam Parklands - Green Infrastructure Case Study: Using flood management as a catalyst to create an attractive, biodiverse community asset that reconnects people and nature (NE444)

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A multi-award winning space, Beam Parklands demonstrates how a green infrastructure approach can not only enhance a site’s primary function as a flood defence, but create high-quality wildlife habitat. What’s more, by involving communities from the start, the design of the park has focused on creating a local asset where people can interact with the wetland environment and the species within it.

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