The Parks Alliance’s evidence submission has been published by the Communities and Local Government Committee in advance of their expected evidence sessions this autumn.
We are delighted that the Committee is exploring the state of parks and open spaces and their current challenges, as well as what needs to occur to ensure they remain viable and vibrant. Despite a hugely challenging environment, we hope the Committee and Ministers will share an ambition to enable our parks, our open spaces, and the people who use them to thrive.
Mark Camley, chair of the Parks Alliance said:
‘We need to act now to have our voices heard. The case for Parks is clear to all of us that love and support them, and the threats they face are equally clear. The opportunity to make the case will not be greater than it is now. I urge all Park users to make the case for their local Park.’
The Parks Alliance’s submission is available here.