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05.02.20

Central London Forward to plant 493 trees in Tower Hamlets 

As of December 2019, Central London Works (CLW) had supported 493 participants, throughout the 12 central London boroughs into sustainable employment.

As a result, Central London Forward (CLF) pledged to plant 493 trees within 1 of the 12 central London boroughs.  The selected borough would not only be allocated 493 trees, but the CLF team would participate in the tree planting activity as part of their employee volunteering programme and commitment to promoting a sustainable environment.

Whilst this great success was obtained throughout the partnership, the allocation of the trees could only be awarded to 1 borough. The selection of this borough was put to a vote and opened to the members of the Integration Board and the CLW Commissioning Team, who voted to provide the allocation to the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

The Conservation Volunteers have kindly supported CLF by locating a site for the trees and arranging the tree planting activity, which will take place on the 27th February 2020 at Mudchute Park & Farm, Wild pond.


21.11.19

Centre for London releases the third issue of London ideas

London’s future depends on its ability to innovate, reinvent and develop new ideas. This publication champions fresh original thinking with the potential to transform London’s city centre for the better.

It explores the ingredients needed to keep central London thriving as a sociable city centre and asks: how can central London cope with the demands placed on it.


22.10.19

Central London Forward to partner with Centre for London on the ‘London ideas’ project

Central London Forward has been named as one of the Project Partners on the Centre for London, London ideas project.

This project champions new ideas that could transform the city through a magazine and a series of associated events.

The publication will feature thought leadership on central London’s role as a cultural, retail and social hub, exploring interlinked questions such as:

  • What are the challenges that central London faces, and how can they be overcome?
  • What does the future hold for central London’s retail districts? What can shopping districts learn from out of town shopping centres?
  • How can central London cope with the demands placed on it, in terms of footfall, overcrowding and congestion?

The publication will be followed by an associated roundtable with relevant stakeholders.

Learn more about London ideas on Centre for London’s website.