To address the most urgent issues affecting our parks and green spaces, including but not limited to funding, skills, inequality of access and provision, climate change, biodiversity and the impact they have on the nation’s health and wellbeing.
1. Vibrant new parks set to benefit communities with government funding
27/10/2019 - Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
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Vibrant new parks set to benefit communities with government funding
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1. Parks (Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough)
09/07/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: cities, we are blessed with parks and pockets of green space. Those spaces improve air quality, lower - Speech Link
2. Children’s Playgrounds
21/03/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: their children outdoors to run around and go to parks with friends, and to burn off some energy on the - Speech Link
2: about from our own childhoods is communal open spaces, and facilities that are largely taken for granted - Speech Link
3: particularly in the younger teenage years. Skateboard parks were a particular thing a decade ago and trends - Speech Link
3. Environment Bill (Eighth sitting)
03/11/2020 - Public Bill Committees
1: adopt for the purpose of the Bill”—and that is “A Green Future: Our 25 Year Plan to Improve the Environment” - Speech Link
2: pandemic. Many more of us have been enjoying green spaces during lockdown, and park visits in the UK were - Speech Link
19/04/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: Members attending physically should clean their spaces before they use them and before they leave the - Speech Link
2: disadvantaged, who already have less access to outdoor spaces in England. They could be disproportionately affected - Speech Link
3: unauthorised encampments for too long. I live opposite a green space owned and maintained by the London Borough - Speech Link
5. Lee Valley Regional Park (Amendment)
22/02/2017 - Commons Chamber
1: love our parks and open spaces. I enjoy walking almost every weekend in the stunning parks we enjoy in - Speech Link
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