"My thanks to you all for a fabulous effort over the course of the Walk London Project, it is really appreciated. If all my other projects ran as smoothly as this thanks to your approach I'd have less stress and achieve more!" Spencer Clark, TfL.
We've been working with TfL for many years providing advice on removing the barriers to walking and managing the Walk London project.http://www.tfl.gov.uk/
We have worked on a variety of projects for Natural England and its predecessor bodies including the Review of National Trails, Review of ROWIPS, provision of training for Local Access Forums, delivery of Restriction casework and the Review of Local Nature Reserve standards.http://www.naturalengland.org.uk/
We have worked with SNH to improve the accessibility of their National Nature Reserves, carrying out accessibility audits and preparing accessibility statements.http://www.snh.gov.uk/
We worked with the CCW to improve the accessibility of their National Nature reserves, carrying out accessibility audits and preparing statements and providing advice on how best to present accessibility information on-line.http://www.ccw.gov.uk
We are working with the London 2012 delivery authority to encourage people to walk to Games' venues by creating attractive walking maps. We are also reporting on pedestrian and cycle use of the key routes.http://www.london2012.com/about-us/the-people-delivering-the-games/the-olympic-delivery-authority/
We have been very pleased with the work that both Ade and Rachel have done on the Walking Action Plan to date. Similarly we have really enjoyed working with both of them...
We're working with NHS Greenwich to produce a Walking Action Plan - to bring together all the walking initiatives in the Borough and to identify ways to encourage more people to walk.http://greenwichhealthyliving.nhs.uk/
We're working for the Department of Health on the Walk4Life project which aims to encourage everyone to be more active. This is part of the Change4Life initiative.http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publichealth/Change4Life/index.htm
The people counter review was really worthwhile to do and well-researched. The icing on the cake was the staff conference - despite heavy snow, Abi was there, ready to present the findings and lead the workshop. The following year we held three regional workshops. Working with you has been a real pleasure!
We helped the National Trust for Scotland audit all the people counter equipment and locations in use on their countryside sites, making recommendations for data management and data sharing. We gave a series of regional workshops for their site managers on the report findings.http://www.nts.org.uk/Home/
We audited access routes to and around Deganwy Castle and made recommendations for improving physical access and interpretation. The focus for this study was access for all.http://cadw.wales.gov.uk
We audited all the access routes in three chalk valleys around Darwin's House in Downe, Bromley - his 'living laboratory' for inspiration. We scoped out a potential route for trampers, reviewed promoted trails, and provided a full inventory of all the path furniture to feed into an HLF bid.http://www.bromley.gov.uk/info/200023/conservation/243/darwins_landscape_laboratory
We collated a wide range of access and greenspace GIS data from a whole range of Limestone Landscapes partners. We made assessments and then ran analysis to illustrate which parts of the study area did and did not meet a set of Accessible Natural Greenspaces Standards (ANGSt). The findings were presented in a report with accompanying maps.http://www.limestonelandscapes.info
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