Local Groups & Partners
Here you will find information about local action associations, London Boroughs, and campaign groups we are currently working with. See which groups are active in your area or which are working on similar issues.
Local campaign groups
Warren Farm Nature Reserve
A rewilded 61-acre urban meadow in London UK, part of Brent River Park (BRP) and located in Norwood Green in the borough of Ealing.
Enfield Road Watch
A campaign group in north east London campaign group with particular focus on protecting the Green Belt.
Save Lea Marshes
Campaigning to protect land in the Lea Valley
Friends of the River Crane (FORCE)
A community based voluntary organisation working in the London Boroughs of Richmond and Hounslow.
Working on conservation and cultural activities in Bexley, south east London.
Wimbledon Park Residents’ Association
Works to protect green spaces of Wimbledon Park and Wandle Valley National Park in south west London.
The Wimbledon Society is committed to protecting all those local amenities which contribute to our quality of life.
Save Our Space N8
Campaigning to protect Metropolitan Open Land in Crouch End
Encourages all Londoners to live longer, healthier and happier lives through being active.
Clean Air for London
Campaigns to achieve compliance with WHO guidelines for air quality in London.
We bring people together to create places with clean air and green spaces, including managing the national cycle network.
Using the power of the law to protect all life on Earth.
Delivering sustainable projects in the community.
London Parks and Gardens Trust
Protecting London’s parks and gardens.
The Metropolitan Public Gardens Association
Preserving and enhancing London’s green spaces.
National Allotment Society
Upholding the interests and rights of the allotment community across the UK.
Creating and protecting trees and woodland.
London National Park City
Grassroots movement to make the city greener, healthier and wilder.
Black Environment Network
Working for change through influencing policy, raising awareness of needs and wishes of diverse communities, and supporting environmental organisations to work effectively with minorities.
London Playing Fields Foundation
Promoting and protecting London’s playing fields.
Transport for New Homes
Transport and planning consultancy which offers consultancy on masterplans that put public transport and walking and cycling at the heart of travel.
Greenspace Information for Greater London (GIGL)
GiGL mobilises, curates and shares data that underpins knowledge of London’s natural environment.
London Wildlife Trust
Protecting wildlife through campaigns, conservation and connection with nature
Just Space Network
Alliance of around 80 community groups and organisations acting as a voice for Londoners at grass-roots level during the formulation of London’s major planning strategy.
London Friends of Green Spaces Network
Network for the 600+ local Friends Groups and Forums for public green spaces across London. We share information, good practices and work to ensure parks and green spaces are adequately resourced.
Open Spaces Society
Conservation charity campaigning to protect village greens, commons and footpaths.
Charity dedicated to removing barriers to walking in green spaces and to preserving paths, tracks and trails and keeping countryside open to all.
Independent think tank and charity focused on ambitious leadership for the environment.
Friends of the Earth
Grassroots environmental campaigning community.
Conservation charity working to protect habitats, save species, and help to end the nature and climate emergency.
Conservation charity looking after nature, beauty and history for everyone to enjoy, protecting historic sites, and helping people and nature thrive.
Urban Design Group
Campaigning membership organisation focused on quality of life in our cities, towns and villages, and raising standards of urban design.
Living Streets London
Group dedicated to making London one of the world’s best cities for walking.
Fields in Trust
Champions and supports parks and green spaces by protecting them for people to enjoy in perpetuity.
Cross-party organisation that represents London’s 32 borough councils and the City of London.
The London Assembly
Mayor’s office, responsible for the London plan, including housing, planning and environment.
Transport for London
Hub for transport links across London including underground, overground and bus services.
London Green Belt Council
Brings together members of the public and more than 100 organisations who share a concern for protecting the Metropolitan Green Belt.