Integrated Local Delivery

The CCRI secured a research grant of £6,700 from Natural England to work with Gloucestershire Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) in identifying the principles that underpin an integrated local delivery (ILD) model. The final report ‘Inspiring and Enabling Local Communities: An integrated delivery model for Localism and the Environment’ evaluates the ILD model developed by FWAG over a number of years and originated as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership project in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Natural England, a key partner with FWAG in these initiatives, is interested in encouraging the delivery of environmental

Assessing and developing an integrated local delivery (ILD) model that inspires and enables local communities in the delivery of national environmental targets

The CCRI secured a research grant of £6,700 from Natural England to work with Gloucestershire Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) in identifying the principles that underpin an integrated local delivery (ILD) model. The final report ‘Inspiring and Enabling Local Communities: An integrated delivery model for Localism and the Environment’ evaluates the ILD model developed by FWAG over a number of years and originated as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership project in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Natural England, a key partner with FWAG in these initiatives, is interested in encouraging the delivery of environmental

The Campaign for the Farmed Environment: evaluation of partnership, local and wider impacts (March to September 2012)

An evaluation of the Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) was undertaken during the period March – September 2012. The evaluation examined the institutional arrangements, operational processes, and implementation of the CFE. The methodology included observation of meetings at national and local levels, interviews with representatives of partner organisations, and an on-line questionnaire for wider stakeholders. A media analysis was carried out, and a range of monitoring and evaluation reports were also reviewed to provide a holistic picture of the overall impacts of the Campaign over the period 2009 – 2012. Impact evaluation reports indicated a range of benefits from

IASC 2017 Conference Round-up

John Powell and Chris Short have just returned from the beautiful medieval city of Utrecht in the Netherlands after attending the 16th Biennial Global conference ‘Practicing the commons: Self-governance, cooperation, and institutional change’ of The International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC). Read more about what went on at the conference, which was one of the largest ever held by the IASC.

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