Year: 2021

Adopt a tree pit !

Redbridge Adopt a tree pit Applications are open from Monday 6 September – Tuesday 30 November 2021 for Redbridge residents to adopt tree pits on their local streets and bring their neighbourhoods into bloom The ‘Adopt a Tree Pit’ scheme is part of Redbridge Council’s community gardening initiative, and gives residents the chance to show …

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AHDA – Helping address Climate change in Redbridge

We are pleased to be listed on Redbridge’s Get Involved page as a local community group undertaking projects local residents can get involved in to help address climate change. Our Clean up the Hatch Days with litter picking, managing the Dick Turpin Orchard, watching over Aldborough Hall Nature Reserve and protecting our Green Spaces all …

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Fairlop Waters Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) – Overflow Car Park

The following is an Open Letter sent by Chris Gannaway Borough Rep for London Wildlife Trust to Matthew Essex of London Borough of Redbridge Council. The land used is designated as a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) in the local development plan. Dear Matthew, I have been back through the email threads on …

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