Surrey Environmental Management Study

The City of Surrey used a novel, science‐based approach to identify a network of natural and semi-natural areas – called the Green Infrastructure Network (GIN), across the city. It used detailed vegetation mapping and spatial analyses to identify a connected network of natural areas including large hubs (>10 ha), smaller sites, and habitat corridors. The GIN mapping has been used for neighbourhood planning, and is currently the foundation for a biodiversity conservation strategy.

Location: City of Surrey, BC
Client:
City of Surrey
Team:
HB Lanarc, Raincoast Applied Ecology
Date:
May 2011 to Spring 2012
Documents:
Link to City of Surrey project website with reports, maps, and presentations