All the work we do is to ensure that the Green Belt will still be here for future generations. Harriet, aged 9, wrote to us expressing her support for our campaign. She, like many other youngsters at the moment, is keen to have her voice heard about protecting our planet. Today, at Firs Farm Wetlands Get Out and Get Active Day, Harriet became an Honorary Member of our Action Team. She will encourage other young people to learn about the importance of the Green Belt and how they can help to save it. Well done Harriet! You are a star!
- Read the Mayor Of London’s response to the consultation
- Voters punish councils that sacrifice Green Belt for housing