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New fund could support play

by Fiona on September 04, 2017

August 2017 I London Play

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a new £9m fund to create and improve green spaces and encourage more tree planting in London.

The Mayor wants to make London the first National Park City with a target of making 50 per cent of the city green by 2050. To do this, we want to plant more trees, restore our rivers, create natural play-spaces for children and green routes to encourage walking and cycling.

The first commitment towards this is the Greener City Fund, a grant programme to support boroughs, local communities and environmental organisations to plant more trees and improve our green spaces. Amounts awarded will generally be between £5,000 and £20,000 although in exceptional cases awards of up to £50,000 could be made. There are two grant streams available: the Community Tree Planting Grants; and Community Green Spaces Grants. The latter could support the transformation of paved spaces into play spaces or community gardens and applications close on 20 October 2017.

More information is here


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