Support for the London National Park City (and join 2,689 others)

Help to make London a National Park City by declaring your support below. 

2,689 individuals just like you have declared their support over the last 4 years.

346 out of 654 ward teams - a majority - across 32 boroughs and the City of London have declared their support since 2015.

16 out of 25 London Assembly Members have declared their support.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has given his backing. His Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Shirley Rodrigues, has also given her support.

Nearly 200 organisations have backed the campaign during the last 4 years. Together these organisations have an estimated reach many tens of thousands of people.

This exciting achievement is completely down to the support and hard work of thousands of individuals, hundreds of organisations along with the enthusiasm of local councillors and regional politicians. Thank you to everyone who helped to make our campaign a success!

This all means that we have reached our required target of recruiting the support of the Mayor of London, the majority of the London Assembly and the majority of the capital’s elected ward teams. This is over 1,000 local and regional politicians.

Support is still needed!

The more people who support the London National Park City the more successful it will be. Help to recruit the support of all of London’s elected ward teams and London Assembly members.

Declare your personal support below. Then please help us recruit any of the following:

Ward Teams - Our campaign to recruit the support of London’s elected local councillors continues. Find out which ward teams are yet to declare and then help us by writing them a letter or email; meet with them; or ask for a motion to be put forward at the next ward forum meeting.

London Assembly - A majority of London Assembly Members have backed the London National Park City. We welcome further support in the coming months. Here is a template email you can send to undeclared Assembly Members to ask for their support. You could try tweeting them too.

Organisations -  declare your group’s support   by sending us some details and have your name and logo listed in our directory.

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  • Urban ecosystems are integral to the prosperity of a city and its inhabitants. Fostering a sense of environmental stewardship in cities will be key to ensuring that predicted global urbanisation is sustainable, and that urban biodiversity is safeguarded for future generations. It is my hope that, if London becomes the first urban national park in the world, it will contribute towards a framework for sustainable urban growth in developing countries.
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  • London’s parks keep people healthy and happy. And makes it a unique city to visit
  • To soften the urban and add a touch of nature back, to lift the spirit and allow trees and parks to absorb the negative pollutions.
  • Since 1995 the Kungliga nationalstadsparken (the worlds 1st National City Park) has demonstrated that a city can teem with life and habitats vital for the survival of it. London deserves all our support for that simple goal.
  • I back London for NPC status because I believe it will be a healthier, more pleasant city in which to live, work, visit and raise a family. This change would stimulate investment and boost health for all residents; human or otherwise. Achieving this would make our Capital a world leader with a model others will want to copy.
  • London has fantastic green spaces and it is vital that these are preserved for future generations to enjoy! We celebrate our cities architecture but not our natural environment enough!
  • To breathe clean air, support Londoner’s mental health and encourage children to engage with green spaces so that they grow to love nature and fight to protect the vital resources that we depend on.
  • Because it is a vision which speaks to the heart of what makes London special and helps us rethink the way we plan for its future
  • London has led the way in so many areas, historically. Now it‘s time to take the lead on urban ecology.
  • To protect and improve the amazing green spaces of London
  • The Declaration says it all. The long-term benefits could be more than we can even imagine now.
  • Because London deserves it.
  • So that everybody recognises what an amazing city London is – not just the people and the urban infrastructure but the wildlife and green spaces too
  • Great way to change the narrative about nature and to fully include us all in nature
  • to ensure our grren spaces are free and open to all for heath, education, relaxation
  • to protect, sustain and enjoy our natural resources
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