Archive for the ‘Environment’ Category

Churchfields park is the largest Council space in the Church End area. It is much valued and appreciated, particularly now with the children’s play area. BUT the underground streams which run down from Woodford New Road area to the Roding turn it into a muddy bog land after wet weather. The park is operated by Vision, a […]

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Better Air Quality is vital

by hughcleaver on 16 March, 2014

The large green box station in Grove Road, by the path down to the A406, is designed to measure the local air quality. Bad air quality costs lives.  This roadside site monitors for carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and Airborne Particles (PM10) . The latter are pollutant dust from vehicle exhaust gases, tyres etc. Records show […]

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by hughcleaver on 13 March, 2014

Salway Gardens is a much valued area which gives pleasure to many residents. To their families, young children and their dogs alike. Transport for London used part of the land as a base while it repaired the nearby Central Line . In return it gave the Council over £10,000 to be spent on renovating the park. […]

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