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 …
Backlash as Fairlop Waters meadow turned into overflow parking See full article here https://www.ilfordrecorder.co.uk/news/anger-at-overflow-parking-works-at-fairlop-waters-8182562
The latest Fairlop Waters Consultation Meeting introduced the ‘Vision Principles‘ and asked that the consultation members ask 3 people (outside of the consultation group) their views on these principles. Are they going in the right direction? if you would like to comment please use the Contact Us or Private Message on our FB page. The …
Its taken a while but here they are!! What a wonderful sight. See more here Photo by Jenny Chalmers
A couple of interesting articles on the state and number of trees in London Boroughs and the effect on wildlife. The Evening Standard reports on the Earth Day Study showing how much of the capital is covered in trees. Redbrdge comes 25th out of 32 with only 16.93% coverage. Barnet is top with 27.1% coverage. …
Just so there is no forgetting the date and time here is our latest poster of Clean Up Day .. soon to be seen around Aldborough Hatch
Please take care as some of the footpaths are very churned up, a mix of the wet weather and more visitors. The Rangers are seeing what they can do about it.
Over 100 silver canisters were strewn down Billet Road and across the pavement, a danger to roadusers, pedestrians and wildlife. We are delighted to say that Redbridge cleared this up within a day of it being reported. Thank you!
On 27/3/21 we were advised that building waste and felled trees has been dumped on the Aldborough Hall Nature Reserve. This has been reported and we understand it is being investigated. We would hope that those responsible restore the site to its previous state.