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 […]
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).
2013 discussion identifying tactics to defending green space from developers
Happy new campaigning year! Thought would share this in case of interest to anyone and may want to respond. A quick skim through it appears to sidestep the question of tree […]
A third of a town centre park, including 81 mature lime trees, are still condemned by development scheme, despite the council’s development partner pulling out of the “transformational project”. This […]
Library Gardens Campaign Before and after:
London elections on 3rd May Contact your local candidates to find out what they will do for your parks and green spaces To London’s Parks Friends/Community Groups cc. All London Borough […]
Epping’s conservative council has renewed it’s pledge to develop these playing fields into 107 ‘luxury’ flats. Please sign the friend’s petition:save-udney-park-teddington-and-outdoor-sports-fields-from-greedy-property-developers Here are some of the reasons these precious fields […]
PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION NOW….
If you want to save your open space, start now, before it is threatened. .. identify sites which might be under threat: the tired, sad, neglected open space or the fringe of the park that is used to store skips in, the bit of woodland at the back of your estate, the triangle behind the railway track where your kids play, or where nature has taken over… make the site look valued and reclaim it for the whole community. It is much harder for a local authority or developer to choose a site which is loved, used and designated than one which is underused and forgotten.