In a political move, the Government’s Housing Secretary has told Mayor Khan to rewrite his London Plan, removing all safeguards and aspirations to preserve green space in the capital. Neil Sinden of CPRE London wrote supporting increasing housing but warning that this would fuel threats to green space… London has less than 2/3s of the green open space it needs for the number of people
Hi all, Hope everyone is staying safe and well in this unprecedented crisis. The Prime Minster yesterday stated ‘Parks and Open Spaces so absolutely important for our country and society’. […]
MEETING SCHEDULED FOR 16 March 2020 POSTPONED To all London’s Friends GroupsIn the light of the coronavirus pandemic and the public health position of a collective drive to delay its current rapid […]
How will Friends’ Groups benefit from creating a Go Parks London Listing? https://www.goparks.london/
www.haringeyfriendsofparks.org.uk 5th March 2020 SAVE HARINGEY’S PARKS AND GREEN SPACES 2,550 Haringey residents call on the Council to ensure local parks and green spaces are properly funded and staffed Haringey’s […]
As part of Mace Group’s vision to build sustainable communities, we are focusing more effort this year to developing green infrastructure, improving access and accessibility to green spaces and investing […]
CPRE London is working with local campaigners in Bromley who are concerned about threats to Green Belt, Metropolitan Open Land and other green spaces in Bromley, to identify sites for housing to avoid protected green land being allocated for development.