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Harrow Green Party

Harrow Green Party is the official Green Party for the Borough of Harrow, formed of the constituencies Harrow West and Harrow East.  
We are one of the local London parties that form the wider 
London Green Party

 

Find us on

Twitter @HarrowGreens / @HarrowYGs
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HarrowGreenParty/
Email harrowgreenparty@gmail.com 

Local Harrow Campaigns

Sign our petition calling on the Mayor of London and TFL to Stop the Removal of Green Habitat

Miles of green habitat are being removed along London Underground embankments every year, currently happening along the Metropolitan Line in Harrow and Hillingdon.  Please sign the petition calling on TFL to stop the destruction and preserve these green corridors: https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/stop-the-removal-of-green-habitat-tfl

Read more about the destruction carried out along the Met Line trackside near Pinner this January 2021 in the This is Local London report and our calls for TFL to follow Network Rails lead and create a new Biodiversity Action Plan.

Anti-Austerity March 2015
 
Recent Campaigns: We have been successful in our campaign to save 26 trees on the new Kodak development site.  Read the Harrow Times articles here, including the campaign and successful outcome.
 
Harrow Green Party campaign on a wide range of issues in the borough, including standing up for better housing, safer neighbourhoods, improved transport links, effective public services, tackling air pollution and protecting the many green spaces we are lucky to have.  Local campaigns Harrow Green Party have been involved with, include:
 
  • Saving the mental health day care centre The Bridge from closure
  • Campaigning against the building of a new sports hall on Harrow on the Hill
  • Protesting against the proposed development on Byron Park in Wealdstone
38 Degrees campaign to protect the NHS

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