A recording of the meeting held on 20 June 2022, with presentations by Fields in Trust, CPRE London and Open Spaces Society. Follow this link to view the video of […]
A Parks and Green Space manifesto for the Local Elections in May 2022 was launched by the Barnet Green Spaces Network on 8th March. The network comprises some 40 Friends […]
Read this letter from CPRE London to Southwark Council objecting to a new development that threatens Jocelyn Street Park and Peckham Green, and please write to the council yourself to […]
https://www.london.gov.uk/priorities/planning/london-plan A legal challenge to the Open Space policies? Someone is mounting a legal challenge to the open space policies in the recently-published London Plan. It is argued the policies […]
Call to action to speak up for London’s parks and green spaces. Mayoral Environment Debate https://www.wcl.org.uk/mayoral-environment-debate.asp
CPRE London launches its Ten New Parks for London campaign
It doesn’t have to be like this. So CPRE have produced their Space to Build reports to address, and publicise this problem. They identify the sites for housing that are brown sites, and they are
* not green space, * not green belt, * and do not comprise of town cramming for existing town centres.
If you live in Bromley, write here and ask them to adopt this report as their strategy.
If you live in another borough, ask and help CPRE compose one to stop your green space being built on!
by Helen Monger What is an historic designed landscape? According to HE – “The English are, and always have been, a nation of gardeners. The results of centuries of working […]
A plea from Save Lea Marshes The Lea Valley Regional Park Authority is currently holding a consultation over its plans for a new Ice Centre at the current site on […]
Help stop Bromley Council from selling off part of the old bishops palace park for housing: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the title “Proposed sale of land at Bromley Civic Centre” and include your name address and postcode otherwise it will not be accepted (it doesn’t matter if you don’t live in the Borough).