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Meet Kabir a conservationist and wildlife writer, passionate about London’s biodiversity

Kabir Kaul is an inspiring young conservationist. Through writing, broadcasting, public speaking and social media, he raises awareness about the capital’s green spaces and their wildlife, which he calls the ‘Wild Side of London’ – and believes every Londoner has a responsibility to protect it. Kabir tells us about how he first discovered Colne Valley Regional Park, his favorite wildlife spots, and his concerns for the future of the park.

Write to Michael Gove to register your objection to Bucks Council disposing of green belt land that has been held in trust for 85 years.

Please write to Michael Gove today, starting your letter with “I object to this disposal” then in your own words state why you object. This is a case where numbers of letters does matter



Riverfly Surveying

Find out what Riverfly surveying is and how you can get involved in the Colne Valley Regional Park.

How can we best conserve our Green Belt? Planning Conference starts conversation

MORE than 80 people attended the Colne Valley Regional Park’s conference at Brunel University on April 18, which focused on how the Green Belt on the fringe of London can be improved.

Donate Now to Help us Conserve the Colne Valley Park for Future Generations

Exciting news! Give to our charity appeal this week and Big Give’s Green Match Fund will DOUBLE your donation.
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Analysis finds 267 micro pollutants in the river Colne

A detailed analysis of the water quality of the River Colne has found 267 different micro pollutants. This report reflects two years of work on the part of the Colne Valley Fisheries Consultative sampling water and sediment taken from the River Colne in Watford and upstream to the headwaters.

Engaging with Planning across the Colne Valley Regional Park – Workshop 9th March

The Colne Valley Regional Park held this free, interactive, event in Iver Village Hall. The evening aimed to help attendees: On how to respond to large planning applications and Local Authority Plans; Understand the development threats facing our local Green Belt; By sharing a draft Planning Toolkit to help organisations.

Improving how the Green Belt functions on London’s Fringe – Conference 18th April

Are you interested in the future of the Green Belt, how it should function on the edge of London and where should planning policy be going? A forward thinking conference for Local Authorities, Politicians, National Organisations & Local Branches, Colne Valley Regional Park Member Orgs and other local organisations.