Green Infrastructure for Growth

Making space for nature

Cornwall Council is making a major investment in urban green spaces across seven Cornish towns as part of the Green Infrastructure for Growth (GI4G) project. By December 2019, £3.5 million will have been spent on public recreational areas, roadside verges and old churchyards to make them better places for people and for wildlife.

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The environmental funding will create nature-rich habitat across an area equivalent to 35 rugby pitches.

Please take a look at our GI4G Infographic for more information.

Seven Cornish towns have been identified to receive investment through GI4G. 

The GI4G team have created concept designs and run several consultation events with more to come.

Select the tabs below and follow the links to view concept designs and people's comments and feedback on sites as they become available.

 

Concept designs will be available to view at the consultation event on 2 May.  Details will be published soon.

 

Concept designs not yet available

 

 

Consultation will take place on Saturday 21 April where the designs will be available to view

Further information

If you live in one of the towns, have a green space near you and would like to find out more about the project, please get in touch.

Find out more about what we're doing, why we're doing it and where the funding comes from.

For more information please contact GI4G@cornwall.gov.uk