There is no precedent for creating a National Park City. London can become a National Park City in three steps:
1. Declare Greater London a National Park City
The Government is not being asked to designate London a National Park City.
Londoners are invited to turn this vision into a reality.
By working together to gain the support of the majority of London’s 654 electoral wards and the Mayor of London,
we will have the legitimate democratic support to officially declare the capital a National Park City
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has given his backing and 231 wards across 30 boroughs have declared their support so far. To help to make London a National Park City:
- Declare your support. You can do this as an individual, group or organisation
- Recruit the support of the electoral wards where you live, work and play
- Join our new National Park City Network
- Come to our next campaign meeting
- Join in on any of our challenges and competitions such as Imagine London as a National Park City, Draw a Wild Londoner, or Help Make a Map of London
2. Create an organisation
A Greater London National Park City Partnership of individuals, families, groups and organisations will work together to care for the National Park City. The Partnership will only formally come into existence after we have legitimately declared London a National Park City.
To help form the Greater London National Park City Partnership:
- Read our draft Charter and respond to the consultation
3. Launch the Greater London National Park City
Once we have secured an official declaration and established an effective organisation, the Greater London National Park City will be officially launched.