Partnership for London

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A Partnership for London

London National Park City weaves together hundreds of amazing organisations and people across the city

There are hundreds of passionate, committed and enthusiastic organisations and groups of all shapes and sizes, working to make their local places greener, healthier and wilder, and to get more people outdoors.

The London National Park City is yours to make and do within. We’re here to celebrate the activities and events you already lead on, to connect more people to you and encourage them to take part, and to grow the community of active people and organisations across London.

We care deeply about the parks, gardens, rivers and ponds all across the capital, but we’re just as interested in helping make our streets, buildings, neighbourhoods and homes greener as well.

Get in touch and let's collaborate

If you’re a member of a local government or other public sector organisation, we have lots of ways to help you connect with the whole of your community and reach more people.

If you represent a London-wide or Nationwide, civil society or charitable organisation, then we’d love to join forces to bring the impact of your work to all of London.

If you’re involved in a local group, or just get together with some friends and want to make a difference to your neighbourhood then let us help champion your efforts – you’re the amazing backbone that will transform our city.

A new partnership for London National Park City

In 2015 we set out our vision for London National Park City. In July 2019 we became the world’s first National Park City, with the support of over 300 partners and organisations.

In the run up to our 5th anniversary in July 2024 we’re inviting all organisations who support the aims of the Charter for London National Park City to renew their commitment and help us build a new partnership to make London greener, healthier and wilder!

Partnership In Action

A More Natural Capital

In advance of the Mayoral and Assembly elections which took place on 6 May, a group of 19 leading environmental organisations, convened by CPRE London, produced a joint manifesto outlining ambitious programmes of action needed in London to reduce pollution and waste, improve health and wellbeing, secure nature’s recovery and tackle climate change.

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