Local councillors have voted to endorse the plan, the ‘Natural Renaissance’ for Lewisham, which will aim to do the following….
Supporting the installation of more green roofs in Lewisham, which are roofs where vegetation has been planted to boost biodiversity.
Working with landlords and other landowners to help them transform urban areas to provide habitats for local wildlife.
Reconnecting people with rivers and highlighting how safe access to rivers and an improved river corridor can provide a range of health, safety and environmental benefits.
Delivering at least 60 nature conservation volunteer sessions and 30 guided walks per year
Delivering 500 educational events for 8,000 local children every year.
Working with community art groups to enhance urban locations, such as tunnels, with biodiversity inspired art murals.
Providing practical advice to local residents on how they can enhance their private gardens and local areas to boost biodiversity.
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