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Green infrastructure study

Green infrastructure study

Green infrastructure includes all those green and open spaces in the borough (parks, wildlife sites, greenways, canal/river corridors, etc.) that form part of the multi-functional network of green uses such as wildlife, recreation, flood protection and cycling/walking. To ensure a thorough assessment and appraisal of the borough's green infrastructure, a study was completed in 2009. It is available to download below. Maps are available to download separately.

 

Green Infrastructure Study PDF (PDF 803 KB)
Map 1: Chesterfield in Context PDF (PDF 145 KB)
Map 2: Key Green Infrastructure Key Assets PDF (PDF 962 KB)
Map 3: Biodiversity – Species PDF (PDF 855 KB)
Map 4: Biodiversity – Habitats PDF (PDF 851 KB)
Map 5: External Linkages PDF (PDF 954 KB)
Map 6: Green Infrastructure Enhancements PDF (PDF 724 KB)
Map 7: Landscape Study Areas PDF (PDF 1.54 MB)
Map 8: Landscape Character of Derbyshire PDF (PDF 1.47 MB)

Last updated on 02 January 2017