This review considered the findings and recommendations of over 20 Landscape Partnership Evaluation reports throughout the UK, including Interim and Final evaluations.
In 2015 we began working with Fairfield, which owns and manages the Dunlin Alpha oilfield, in the North Sea; and which is no longer extracting oil and is ready for de-commissioning….
We developed and facilitated sessions which looked at the breadth of NRW responsibilities and activities and also enabled participants to understand…
Newtown Town Council was considering the transfer from Powys County Council of a large tract of land…
Resources for Change was commissioned by Powys County council to develop Community Led Plans in four small- medium sized towns…
Resources for Change has undertaken Audience Development Plans (ADP) for a range of purposes such as Development stage of a Landscape Partnership Scheme and / or development of a parks or heritage sites….
A £2.2 million (HLF Heritage Grant) catchment based project in West Sussex delivered by a partnership of seven organisations working alongside local communities to promote a thriving river system where wildlife flourishes and where people value its unique natural and cultural heritage.
In October 2014 we were commissioned to support the development of an exciting natural heritage project on the Norfolk Broads led by Natural England.
In 2015 Resources for Change was contracted by the Dartmoor National Park Authority to carry out an independent evaluation of the Dartmoor Mires project.
R4C has undertaken a mid-term evaluation and report and is part way through the final evaluation of the Scheme. This remote upland valley on the eastern edge of the Yorkshire Dales is in the heart of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.