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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Making ‘Stay With Love’ outdoor pallet benches

In South London, Transition Town Tooting (TTT) and the refugee charity CARAS have been working together in a community project partnership since 2015. Together, we’ve mixed TTT’s facilitation and local relationships with the CARAS team’s skills and experience. We’ve worked alongside CARAS-organised refugee and asylum-seeking family groups, with the women’s group, with adults and with

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How to share tree love with tree trails

You’re different. You’re amazing. You see London as a National Park. This is your opportunity to share the love. Most people don’t see the nature around them, don’t connect with it. They don’t benefit from the health and happiness that understanding about and immersion in, what’s around them, can bring Take trees …. Surveys have

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