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ODA and LVRPA break promise on land handover

The excavated area on Leyton Marsh that outrageously supported the three-storey-high Olympic Games Time Temporary Training basketball courts and tarmac roadway systems will not be ready to return to the landowner Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA) by the contracted … Continue reading

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Reinstatement Works on Leyton Marsh

This image shows where the contractors took a chunk of top soil to test for asbestos etc. We argued for more sampling right across the pile but they said they had done what was industry standard. To the right the … Continue reading

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Nature of Reinstatement Suggests Future Designs on Leyton Marsh

Yesterday two visitors to the marsh, artists Stephen Vince and Peter Rudolfo who will be joining our Reclaim the Marsh Celebration, witnessed and photographed cables being laid in a section of Sandy Lane not given planning permission for development. At … Continue reading

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Waltham Forest Council Vote For Reinstatement Plan

A report by Jonathan Brind on last night’s meeting can be found here Essentially, despite some very powerful speeches by Celia Corum, Claire Weiss and Abigail Woodman on behalf of Save Leyton Marsh group, the councillors were guided to accept … Continue reading

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Waltham Forest Planning Committee Meeting 12th September 7:30pm

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Shergroup retract article

We are grateful that Shergroup have removed a misrepresentative article about Save Leyton Marsh group and our campaign in response to Daniel Ashman’s letter. This is the subsequent letter written by Daniel Ashman in response to their correspondence and the … Continue reading

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Help ensure the best possible reinstatement of Leyton Marsh

We have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that Porter’s Field Meadow (Leyton Marsh) is not only protected in posterity but that the remedial works see the area reinstated to the very best condition possible. We do not want … Continue reading

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