Contact

The Tower Hamlets Biodiversity Partnership, also known as Tower Habitats, is made up of a number of organisations and individuals. Its steering group is made up of the following members:

LB Tower Hamlets Biodiversity OfficerJohn Archer (Chair)
LB Tower Hamlets Development Management – Clare Richmond
LB Tower Hamlets Green Team – Michael Hime
LB Tower Hamlets Healthy Environments Team – Matthew Quin
LB Tower Hamlets Parks Service – Mohammed Raja
LB Tower Hamlets Senior Arboricultural Officer – Adam Armstrong
LB Tower Hamlets Strategic Planning – Ellie Kuper Thomas
LB Tower Hamlets Sustainable Development Team – Jonathan Taylor, Abdul J Khan
LB Tower Hamlets Volunteer Co-ordinator – Sam Dundas-Dunbar
EastendHomes – Paul Wilson
East London Business Alliance – Selina Uddin
Friends of Meath Gardens – Tunde Morakinyo
Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park – Terry Lyle, Kenneth Greenway
Gateway Housing Association – Sue-Jane O’Keefe
Lee Valley Park – Cath Patrick
Mudchute Park and Farm – Tom Davis
Poplar HARCA – Felicity Scott
Thames21 – John Bryden
Tower Hamlets Homes – Matus Holecko
Trees for Cities – Kristina Jansons-Binns
Tower Hamlets residents – John Swindells (Vice-Chair), Allan Cousens

Other organisations involved in developing and/or delivering the Local Biodiversity Action Plan include:
Approach Gardens
Bethnal Green Nature Reserve Trust
Black Redstarts
Cable Street Community Gardens
Canal & River Trust
Canary Wharf Group plc
Clarion Housing Group
Friends of Mile End Park
Froglife
The Grass Roof Company
Greening Brownfield Community Garden
Greenspace Information for Greater London
London Bat Group

London Beekeepers’ Association
London Natural History Society
Lower Regents Coalition
Malmesbury Residents Association
Nomad Projects
Parish of Poplar, Church of England
Peabody Housing Association
Queen Mary University of London
Spitalfields City Farm
Stepney City Farm
Swift Conservation
Teesdale & Hollybush Tenants & Residents Association
Tower Hamlets Community Housing
Tower Hill Trust
Wen
Winterton House Organic Garden

The members of the Partnership work individually and together on practical projects and to promote biodiversity conservation and enhancement across the Borough. The steering group meets quarterly to monitor progress and co-ordinate activity.

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact John Archer by e-mail, or phone 020 7364 7478 or send an enquiry using the form below.

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