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Posts in Category: Workshop

Supply of Green Infrastructure monitoring

Client: Natural England

exeGesIS developed a methodology for monitoring Green Infrastructure (GI) delivery based upon Natural England's existing Integrated Site Assessment methodology. This encompassed ecology, access, green roofs and other aspects of GI delivery.

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Feasibility study for the development of a Connectivity Assessment Tool for Kent and Nord-Pas de Calais

Client: Kent County Council

Habitat connectivity assessmentexeGesIS were contracted to undertake a feasibility study on the development of a tool to assess functional ecological connectivity. This involved an assessment of user needs, a review of the available methods and approaches, a stakeholder workshop to identify the preferred options and the development of a functional specification.

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Water recreation

Client: Defra

exeGesIS provided data collation, analysis and reporting services for a national project researching access to water-based recreation facilities across the UK. Water resource datasets were compiled and were subjected to network analysis to determine the accessibility of water resources.

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Management plans for sites in Northern Ireland

Client: National Trust

exeGesIS produced a set of 20 management plans for some of Northern Ireland's top sites for the National Trust. This was done through a series of workshops with wardening staff. The final plans were handed over in CMS, giving the managers a tool to record planned activities and data collected. CMS training was also provided.

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Topla Landscape Park Management Plan

Client: Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for Nature Conservation

Capercaillie © Fred J. / GFDLWe facilitated a management planning workshop to prepare a CMS plan for the Topla Landscape Park. Topla is a small alpine valley in northern Slovenia and has many SAC and SPA features including beech forests, capercaillie, black grouse and pygmy owls.

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