Cody Dock Survey

Londoners want politicians to deliver a greener, healthier and wilder recovery

An overwhelming number of Londoners (94%) agree politicians should protect London’s green, blue and wild open spaces; ensure all are of high quality, attract diverse users and feel safe for all. The result is taken from a YouGov1 survey commissioned by London National Park City2. Its results3 are being shared with all candidates standing to

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Why building back better means designing communities for women

Emily Hamilton and Tim Webb, Trustees of the National Park City Foundation, reflect on the safety implications on our streets and in our parks, including how we can make the London National Park City welcoming for everyone.  The sickening, frightening circumstances surrounding Sarah Everard’s death has shaken women and men everywhere. Tragically, Sarah is not

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Sandeep and son

A walk in the woods

At the end of February 2020 I became a mother to a beautiful baby boy. It was truly a magical experience as well as one of the most challenging jobs I had done to date; I was responsible for keeping a little person alive.  I found myself surviving on little sleep as well as riding

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What If.. the outdoor classroom is the ‘new norm’?

Campaigner Cath Prisk, our Schools Network lead, has been considering how schools can make far greater use of nearby outdoor space in response to the Government’s recommendations that schools open in stages: As London’s Primary Heads wrestle with the whether, when and how of reopening their schools, they may need to drastically rethink the school

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