£1 million to make your area greener

30 August 2017

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan wants community groups to apply for his £1 million Greener City Fund to help plant more trees and plants and create more green play areas in every neighbourhood in London.

Trees and plants play an essential part in reducing London’s dangerously polluted air and contribute to London’s biodiversity. The Mayor wants to protect London’s Green Belt and help make the capital the world’s first National Park City.

Groups can apply now for grants between £5,000 - £50,000.  These grants can be used for a range of projects from lining walking routes to schools with air quality boosting trees, to creating mini play spaces, and community gardens in built up areas.

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