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Updates from DKH Open Space

Posted on 20th June, 2012 in News | Plans (0 Comments)

Pippa Krishnan from Southwark parks wrote today with the following news: Dear local resident, I have good news! I have managed to secure an extra £26,340 of funding which means that some of the works that I had to cut from the project will now be going ahead! These are: Sanding down and treating of … Read more »

New Plans for DKH Open Space

Posted on 1st January, 2012 in News | Plans (1 Comments)

Pippa Krishnan at the council has been working with the London Wildlife Trust following on from her consultation earlier this year. There is now a further £55,000 budget to spend on DKH Open Space. The following documents have been emailed round and put up in the park: Site Survey This map shows the park how … Read more »

Results from Consultation

Posted on 4th August, 2011 in News | Plans (0 Comments)

Pippa Krishnan at the council has published the results from her recent consultation on what to do next in DKH Open Space. She says: We received 48 questionnaires back. The results show that the most popular idea is planting more wild flowers, which is understandable considering the beautiful display of poppies and other wild flowers … Read more »

Bug Hotel

Posted on 6th June, 2011 in News | Plans | Wildlife (0 Comments)
Bug Hotel

The bug hotel went into the wood a couple of weeks ago. It consists of a pitched roof and currently holds a collection of stick and logs. Having looked at other bug hotels online, I wonder if we should diversify our one a bit? We could add some hollow bamboo for bees, some hay and … Read more »

At the Open Day the Council were asking people what they would like to happen with the wood and park next. It turns out there is more funding available and they want to have people’s suggestions. Pippa Krishnan (our Cleaner, Greener, Safer Project Manager) was there to hand out her Consultation Questionnaire. It’s great that … Read more »