New research shows £5.5bn fund needed to level up access to urban green space as part of UK’s green recovery

The National Trust, the Mayor of the West Midlands, Sustrans, Create Streets and local council leaders have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging a £5.5billion commitment to an urban green infrastructure fund to level access to urban green space as part of his “infrastructure revolution”.

by Matthew Appleby
Vision for the northern gateway area of Manchester around Collyhurst Park - credit: © Adriette Myburgh
Vision for the northern gateway area of Manchester around Collyhurst Park - credit: © Adriette Myburgh

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