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Foster + Partners

Foster + Partners Projects

Foster + Partners has long believed in design being holistic and respectful of the needs of people and planet. Climate change is caused by atmospheric warming by Greenhouse Gas emissions (GHG) and building construction and operations represent 26% of the total global GHG emissions. To help reduce carbon emissions on projects to meet the demands of the UN Paris Agreement, Foster + Partners has devised a methodology to quantify them which it applies to all projects. In addition the partnership began working with Forest Carbon in 2019 to mitigate its own carbon emissions through supporting UK wood,and creation. Its first projects were in recogniton of the footprint for the 2017/18 financial year, and subsequently they have supported projects for 18/19 and 19/20 emissions.   

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Foster + Partners at Carol's Wood

This 10 hectare native woodland is on the edge of the village of Bubwith, in East Yorkshire, and is bounded on its western edge by the River Derwent. The site is open to the public.  Read more

Foster + Partners at Joanna's Wood

Native broadleaf woodland, planted between Shotley Bridge and Medomsley in County Durham.  Read more

Foster + Partners at Badrallach Common

A new native woodland in the highlands of Scotland, which will make use of previously grazed areas and deliver benefits to local wildlife and biodiversity, provide flood mitigation, as well as recreation and amenity for the public.  Read more

Foster + Partners at Erin's Wood

A new broadleaved woodland in Nottinghamshire near Newark which, like neighbouring Jack's Wood, will improve biodiversity and deliver amenity and landscape benefits.  Read more

Foster + Partners at Jack's Wood

A new broadleaved woodland in Nottinghamshire, near Newark, which will improve biodiversity and deliver amenity and landscape benefits.  Read more

Foster + Partners at Hudson's Bank

This project, part of a larger group at Lowther, represents the conversion of arable and grazing land to sustainable forestry. The projects will all have considerable benefits for wildlife, water quality in local rivers, and downstream flood mitigation. This particular element of the overall project... Read more