Fairlop Waters Consultation

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Respect Our Green Spaces – Leave no trace

Respect Our Green Spaces by Jenny Chalmers, AHDA Vice Chair As the weather gets better and more people venture out to enjoy time in our parks, unfortunately that also often means trashing them! Foraging After a few days of warmer weather I’ve already seen picnic debris left behind and barbecues happening in Fairlop Waters. I called …

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Fairlop Waters – Expansion? confusion?

Anyone else confused about the Fairlop Waters’ expansion? We are. The expansion or doubling of Fairlop Waters suggests that Fairlop Waters will be getting bigger and marketed as though this is something new. Its not, and that is confusing!! Fairlop Waters is a part of Fairlop Plain, an area of Special Interest for Nature Conservation …

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The Future of Fairlop Waters Country Park Green Space or Ruin?

We have taken part in the public engagement on the future of Fairlop Waters which has been going on since 2019 and are grateful for the chance to do this. Fairlop Waters is on Green Belt land and is a SINC (a Site of Importance to Nature Conservation) and as such should have the protection …

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Fairlop Waters Baseline Report – Feedback

The following is Jenny’s feedback from Tuesday’s Session 4 and on the Baseline reports on the Masterplan for Fairlop Waters. The document is a large file and so we are not attaching it but you can download the pdf here: https://drive.google.com/…/1c33njYhhSdbPdPRciA9…/view… Session 4 of Fairlop Waters Consultation It became apparent that any drastic measures taken …

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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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