2013 discussion identifying tactics to defending green space from developers
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.
campaign to save Jessel Green park from being developed in to 154 homes: Jessel Green – Loughton Jessel Green Campaign Extract from this Guardian article by Anne Slater on the […]
Walthamstow to loose 32% of Town Centre openspace If you’re from Walthamstow then you’re in for a BIG shock On Wednesday 13th December Waltham Forest Council’s Planning Committee will be […]
Help save Roehampton Playing Fields! Please sign the petition now, one click by you could help save this valuable green space from becoming privatised and inappropriate development. Jo Shearer, representing […]