You are invited to take part in a consultation on green spaces in and around Norwich. They want your views on green spaces – benefits, issues, improvement, access, use, design, etc.

Well-designed green spaces are vital to our way of life. They include features that can be natural, like woodland and rivers, or man-made like parks, allotments, hedgerows, playing fields, cycleways, footpaths and even road-side verges.

Your views will inform the Greater Norwich Growth Board’s new Green Infrastructure Strategy for the areas of Norwich, Broadland and South Norfolk. This aims to deliver:

  • A fresh approach to managing and improving existing green spaces to make sure they benefit as many people as possible, with a focus on inclusive access.
  • A strategy for creating new green spaces in the area that will benefit people and nature.

To participate in the survey and be entered into a prize draw to win an annual family membership pass for the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, please visit

Should you have any questions about this consultation, please e-mail

About the Greater Norwich Growth Board

This a partnership between South Norfolk and Broadland District Council, Norwich City Council, Norfolk County Council and the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership. It uses income from the Community Infrastructure Levy to support projects that deliver infrastructure across four themes: Green Infrastructure, Transport, Education and Community. To find out more about the Growth Board visit

Map from Greater Norwich Growth Board website

About Michael Hill

Wreningham Parish Council Chair

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