NEWP32 Transport green corridors: options appraisal and opportunity mapping (NECR168)

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Developed in partnership with Network Rail, the Highways Agency, Morecambe Bay Nature Improvement Area (NIA) and Humberhead Levels NIA this report looks at how the management of the transport soft estate (the land owned by the transport operators that is neither road nor railway) can be better integrated and linked with adjacent land management.

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NECR168 edition 1 - NEWP32 Transport green corridors: literature review, options appraisal and opportunity mapping, PDF, 1.9 MB 2014/12/15
NECR168 edition 1 - Annex 1: Review of literature - how transport’s soft estate has enhanced green infrastructure, ecosystem services, and transport resilience in the EU, PDF, 26.8 KB 2014/12/15
NECR168 edition 1 - Annex 2: Literature review spreadsheets, PDF, 33.5 KB 2014/12/15
NECR168 edition 1 - Annex 3: The Mosaic Approach, PDF, 70.9 KB 2014/12/15
NECR168 edition 1 - Annex 4: Copyright information for all spatial data, PDF, 40.1 KB 2014/12/15
NECR168 edition 1 - Annex 5: Strategic Mapping - Hotspots, PDF, 4.1 MB 2014/12/15
NECR168 edition 1 - Annex 6: Strategic Mapping - Opportunity Areas, PDF, 4.1 MB 2014/12/15
NECR168 edition 1 - Annex 7: Strategic Mapping - Management Options, PDF, 4.1 MB 2014/12/15

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Review of literature: how transport’s soft estate has enhanced green infrastructure, ecosystem services, and transport resilience in the EU (NECR169)