Nicola has been working at the Greater London Authority for over ten years. She has primarily been focused on urban greening projects, such as the creation of 100 ‘pocket parks’. She has been part of the CLEVER Cities project since its inception and is passionate about working collaboratively with local residents to create great project outcomes.


Lessons learned from co-monitoring nature based solutions with community peer researchers in Thamesmead

Day 1, 23 March, 1.15pm

This session is delivered by Nicola Murphy-Evans, Greater London Authority


The Greater London Authority (GLA), colloquially known by the metonym “City Hall”, is the devolved regional governance body of Greater London, which is coterminous with the region of London and consists of the City of London and the ceremonial county also named Greater London.


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