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Overview of the Future Landscapes Project
The project will explore how the AONB Network and its national charity can become more resilient and better prepared to address strategic challenges. It is part of a wider ambition of the NAAONB to develop organisational and professional capacity to respond to changing political, policy and fiscal challenges.
This positive development will help ensure that the AONB Network can continue to help support the UK’s treasured national landscapes and ensure their contribution to the economy and well-being of UK society. In order to deliver the Future Landscapes Project, the NAAONB has received support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund in the form of a £164,300 Resilient Heritage grant, made possible by National Lottery players.
The Future Landscapes Project consists of two complementary elements:
Matthews Associates are a management consultancy with a wealth of experience in both public and private organisations and an in-depth understanding of rural economies and communities. Their team specialises notably in helping clients develop successful business strategies, organisational structures and governance.
Odyssey are award winning behavioural change specialists, providing consulting services in Organisational Change (culture change, leadership development, staff engagement, collaboration), Team Effectiveness (working with new, established or project teams) and Individual Effectiveness (leadership development, performance management and business leaders coaching).
Lumina Learning are a global provider of personalised assessment and development solutions for individuals, teams, and organisations. They design and deliver innovative digital psychometric resources that can be used as part of an impactful solution on top of qualifying and supporting a growing global community of practitioners facilitating such events and programmes.
Resources for Change is a socially responsible, employee-owned consultancy, which originated in the field of natural resource management and stakeholder engagement over 20 years ago, and retains this focus today. We have developed a reputation for ‘bridging the gap’ between sectors and creating real and long-lasting results because we work both at grassroots and strategically. We work extensively to support organisations in receipt of HLF funding to deliver heritage and environmental projects, including a considerable body of work relating to monitoring and evaluation.