Glasgow Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership are celebrating the news that their ‘Nitshill Integrated Green Infrastructure Design Study’ was overall winner at the national Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2012.
The award was presented to the Partnership by Lord de Mauley in London’s National History Museum. The competition had 60 entries from a wide variety of projects and stiff competition.
The Partnership had a great response from the Judges:
‘This comprehensive and convincing project considers a variety of factors in a well organised way.’
‘The judges were impressed by the depth of this practical and cost-effective project.’
‘The submission included a thorough Geographic Information System (GIS) analysis and a sustainable drainage system presented in detail to address surface water flooding.’
You can the full article on the Glasgow Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership website.