Litter Innovation Fund WRAP is happy to announce Round 2 of the Litter Innovation Fund (LIF). A £450,000 programme, funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) […]
Proposal to build astroturf pitches on school playing ground, restricting the use of the open space, with floodlights, and a pavillion to be used for stag parties and weddings.
“For the purposes of the law of commons and greens…the Common is held in trust for the use and enjoyment of local inhabitants… that must be managed in the interests of its users, and not as a financial asset for the Council
Please OBJECT to development on Metropolitan Open Land in Greenwich Please help! It will only take a minute. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org as below (or in your own words) – giving […]
Friends of Clapham Common Dear Green Spaces, I have the honour of living 2 minutes away from Clapham Common, which is beautiful and every time I cycle across, reminding me […]
Litter, Waste and Recycling Beyond litter picking: what can your group do to reduce litter and rubbish and increase recycling? Dear parks friends! At the September 2018 meeting of the […]
Friends of Fordham Park
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Exciting news today – the Bruce Castle Oak, Tottenham, has been short-listed for England Tree of the Year 2018! See attached flyer. The Tottenham Oak is one of only 10 […]
researchers from the Department of Landscape will question every Local Authority in England to find out how the management and maintenance of parks and green space in cities has changed in the context of austerity.