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NOURISH improves open spaces and promotes greener living in the White City and Edward Woods Estates
The cumulative impact will result in improved air quality, increased biodiversity and social cohesion.
NOURISH will develop and implement long-term, holistic public realm improvements, improve resilience to the impacts of climate change and encourage healthy lifestyles. This will benefit local businesses and residents and build local skills and employability.
Working with residents, we will make the estates more attractive and install green infrastructure and nature-based solutions such as Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS). – Daniel Brittle, Community Programme Manager
NOURISH in Edward Woods
We have recognised potential opportunities for greening improvements in the Edward Woods Estate.
Over the past couple of months, we have been speaking with residents and users of the Estate and identified five key design priorities, which include: a roof garden, food growing, a biodiversity improvement area, NOURISH hub garden and potential SuDS sites (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems).
We want to hear from you!
If you have priorities and personal views regarding the new design of the Edward Woods Estate, then please share your thoughts with us through the below survey by Sunday 31 May 2020.
UK Harvest will encourage behaviour change through food waste and sustainability education and set up a NOURISH hub to provide activities, classes and hot meals.
Consultation is now closed. See below for information for residents.
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The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham have been awarded £1.1million to fund Nourish as part of the Mayor of London’s/ Greater London Authority’s ‘Good Growth Fund’. The Good Growth Fund is Mayor Sadiq Khan’s £70 million regeneration programme, aiming to support growth and community development in London.