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Lee Valley Park


Welcome to the Lea Valley Federation

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The Lea Valley Federation is a coalition of community and environmental groups and individuals concerned to protect the character of the Lee Valley Regional Park.

We consider that the Lea Valley is under unprecedented pressure for development, for uses that would be incompatible with its unique status as a Regional Park.

Our area of initial interest in the Park is from the River Thames at Bow Creek and East India Dock Basin in the South, to the A406 North Circular Road at South Chingford and North Edmonton in the North.

WELCOME to 2014

Winter continues with water everywhere!.
Enjoy roaming the Lea Valley but take your wellies!

A summary of our Objectives
  • To preserve the Lee Valley Regional Park as a green lung for London.
  • To promote better understanding and protection of its wildlife habitats, biodiversity and natural environment.
  • To secure genuine participation of Park users in the decisions about the future of this part of the Park.



Park History

29 Jul 2012 Response to Area 3-5 proposals
Essex Wharf - work has commenced
 Walthamstow Marshes survey, Save the Marshes campaign, 1980
LB Waltham Forest Local Development Framework  - further proposed changes
 Green space restored: Leyton Marsh
 The Lee Valley Park - A Historical Perspective, 2008
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Last Updated before: Tue 28-Oct-2008

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