Follow the agenda link to view a copy of the agenda for each meeting Meeting Name Day Date Time Venue Agenda Meeting 1 Wednesday 16/01/2019 10am -12pm Salvus House, DH1 5TS Agenda 1 Meeting 2 – First full year of financial reporting May 2019 Wednesday 03/04/2019 10am -12pm Salvus House, DH1 5TS Agenda […]
On October 16th the North East of England will host its first Natural Capital & Sustainability Forum being developed in cooperation with Esh Developments. The event will bring together the business community of North East England to agree common priorities and how different sectors can work together to create Environmental Growth. We will launch […]
AGENDA An event to bring together all stakeholders to understand all sides of the debate when designing and delivering developments. There is an opportunity to do so much more and create landscapes that support healthy lifestyles and work across the generations and also support a variety of wildlife. Join us from 12:30 pm at Centre for […]
Final workshop to agree NEENP staff priorities for 2018/19.
Northumberland County Council Members’ Seminar The North East England Nature Partnership (NEENP) has agreed to prepare an elected members guide on why the landscape and places we live in are vitally important to health and wellbeing and in supporting healthy lifestyle choices. The natural environment is an area of growing interest and importance as it is […]
More details to follow on April 19th. Purpose To provide details on environment data challenges and an NEENP hosted NESTA data analytics workshop in quarter 1 of 2017. Beginning with environment data to understand; what exists locally, data owners, the quality and availability of this data and how rich is the output from it? Context […]
Part 1 of a workshop series to agree how NEENP resources should be used to deliver priorities. Attendees from the NEENP executive Group to be lead by David Gardiner of Public Health England using a published criteria decision making process.
The North East England Nature Partnership (NEENP) has agreed to prepare an elected members guide on why the landscape and places we live in are vitally important to health and wellbeing and in supporting healthy lifestyle choices. The natural environment is an area of growing interest and importance as it is inextricably linked to both […]
This seminar aims to help make sure that the content of the guide is user-friendly and provides the answers most needed for key decision makers to understand how environmental issues can benefit and impact on wider social and economic well-being.
How can we manage green spaces, create employment and grow a local enterprise all at the same time?