Let’s Talk: Enfield Blue and Green Strategy

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This sets out our long term strategy to protect, maintain and enhance Enfield’s network of blue and green assets - parks, rivers, lakes, gardens, woodlands, canals, wetlands, allotments, playing pitches and woodlands, with the ambition of becoming the greenest of all London boroughs.

Over the next ten years, we aim to create more publicly accessible green spaces and areas of woodland than anywhere else in London. Enfield will form the cornerstone of London as the world’s first ‘national park city’ - in recognition of its abundant open spaces and access to countryside and nature.

This strategy also provides an update to the existing Parks and Open Space Strategy and Biodiversity Action Plan, as part of our response to the covid-19 pandemic and the threats arising from climate change.

Further details on the strategy and relevant supporting documents (including a summary of the feedback from the public consultation) can be found here.

We look forward to working with you and other partners to help implement the vision, aims, and objectives of the strategy over the coming years.






This sets out our long term strategy to protect, maintain and enhance Enfield’s network of blue and green assets - parks, rivers, lakes, gardens, woodlands, canals, wetlands, allotments, playing pitches and woodlands, with the ambition of becoming the greenest of all London boroughs.

Over the next ten years, we aim to create more publicly accessible green spaces and areas of woodland than anywhere else in London. Enfield will form the cornerstone of London as the world’s first ‘national park city’ - in recognition of its abundant open spaces and access to countryside and nature.

This strategy also provides an update to the existing Parks and Open Space Strategy and Biodiversity Action Plan, as part of our response to the covid-19 pandemic and the threats arising from climate change.

Further details on the strategy and relevant supporting documents (including a summary of the feedback from the public consultation) can be found here.

We look forward to working with you and other partners to help implement the vision, aims, and objectives of the strategy over the coming years.





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