Parks inquiry MPs shown examples of best urban greening practice

MPs on the parks inquiry who challenged an expert to prove best practice on urban greening have been given a global overview of pioneering social projects and told to raise their "sights".

Town & Country Planning Association projects and operations director Julia Thrift and Landscape Institute president Denton-Thompson at the second public sitting of the parks inquiry in November - image: Parliamentlive.tv
Town & Country Planning Association projects and operations director Julia Thrift and Landscape Institute president Denton-Thompson at the second public sitting of the parks inquiry in November - image: Parliamentlive.tv

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