EALING NEEDS TO ALIGN WITH THE MAYOR'S URGENT ENVIRONMENT STRATEGY
We are told that The Mayor’s Environment Strategy hinges on the preservation of green spaces. Warren Farm represents a vital opportunity to help fulfill this strategy.
Therefore, it is environmental vandalism to squander this natural asset without meaningfully assessing the decision first.
The London Plan identifies the need to protect biodiversity and to provide opportunities for access to nature. The Mayor’s Biodiversity Strategy sets out criteria and procedures for identifying sites such as Warren Farm for protection.
During a climate emergency, it makes no sense that Warren Farm has been ignored, and it is reckless to allow a development of this magnitude to proceed without considering the true ecological evidence and social impact of the loss of this irreplaceable vital site.
As the first country in the world to declare a climate emergency, and the first city to become a National City Park, we cannot be seen to rest on vacant words when intervention could create an invaluable and irreplaceable legacy for Ealing’s administration and future generations.