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Creating Better Places in London

Having access to good quality green space improves our health and wellbeing, supports children’s educational and social development, and can help tackle isolation and loneliness among older people.

We work alongside thousands of Londoners, and an array of public and private sector partners, to create or improve public parks, playgrounds, housing estates, community gardens, nature reserves and many more places that matter to them.

Energy Garden

Transforming 50 London Overground stations into thriving gardens, with food growing and solar energy.

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TREExOFFICE offers a unique outdoor alternative to conventional office working for businesses and community groups in Shoreditch.

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Housing Estates Improvement Programme

Grants for open space improvements in Hammersmith & Fulham.

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Tesco 'Bags of Help' Grant Scheme

Get a grant of up to £4,000 for your community project with Tesco Bags of Help.

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Community Engagement

We specialise in delivering innovative community engagement and stakeholder consultation programmes.

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Climate Proofing Housing Landscapes

Retrofitting social housing landscapes with sustainable urban drainage and other climate change adaptation measures.

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Improving Green Spaces in Areas Impacted by HS2 Construction

Consulting on how to improve and create local green space.

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The Harvest Stomp - 2017

Celebrating local food and seasonal produce with a day of family-friendly fun.

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Creating a Community Vision for Hampstead Heath

Developing a 50-year community vision for Hampstead Heath.

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Stationers Playground Refurbishment

Working with Haringey Council to improve the playground so it better meets the needs of local families.

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Brunswick Open Space

Brunswick Open Space is getting a facelift. We need your support to make it happen.

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Park Champion Conservation Volunteering

Equipping volunteers to maintain parklands and meet new people in their community.

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