GreenBlue Urban Launches V2 of Highways and Utility Guide with Exciting New Collaborators - GreenBlue Urban
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GreenBlue Urban Launches V2 of Highways and Utility Guide with Exciting New Collaborators

GreenBlue Urban is thrilled to announce the launch of Version 2 of their Urban Trees, Highways and Utility Guide. The updated edition of the guide is a testament to the organisation’s commitment to enhancing urban environments, preserving the value of trees in our towns and cities, and fostering greater collaboration in the industry.

The new version of the guide boasts invaluable contributions from a range of esteemed collaborators, emphasising the importance of tree planting along highways, adoption, and maintenance. Notable contributors include Hen Abbott from Gloucestershire County Council, who brings unique insights into the world of urban tree management and protection.

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Kent County Council and AJS Flood Risk Consulting have jointly crafted an innovative trees and utility study report, showcasing their commitment to advancing sustainable urban development practices. This groundbreaking research guide will undoubtedly serve as a valuable resource for professionals and enthusiasts.

Also in support of a visionary project spearheaded by our industry friend, Alan Simpson of Leeds Beckett University. The Green Streets Project aligns with GreenBlue Urban’s mission to promote the benefits of healthy urban trees and their vital role in enhancing our urban landscapes’ alongside community engagement.

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The guide is rich with new and updated case studies, showcasing successful collaborations with forward-thinking local authorities such as Adur and Worthing and Bradford Metropolitan Council. These testimonials underscore the positive impact of GreenBlue Urban’s solutions on urban environments.

In addition to tree planting, GreenBlue Urban’s commitment to Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SuDS) and Highways development is evident. The ongoing demand for rain gardens, among other infrastructure innovations, is met with various solutions and expertise from GreenBlue Urban.

GreenBlue Urban emphasises a more collaborative approach to addressing underground constraints, working closely with planners, and adopting a policy-led approach to create sustainable, green urban spaces.

The launch of GreenBlue Urban’s Highways and Utility Guide Version 2 marks a significant milestone in the quest for more sustainable and green urban environments. This comprehensive resource will undoubtedly inspire and guide planners, designers, and installers on their journey to a healthier and sustainable urban future.

To discover more and discuss your GBI needs visit our stand no 191 at the Highways Event.