PROTECT  THE  HAMPSTEAD  HEATH PONDS       

 The proposed works will cover 82.63 acres of the Heath. The areas are marked in red on this extract from the official plan shown below.

SOME OR ALL THE PONDS MAY HAVE TO BE DRAINED

THE HEATH SWIMMERS ARE LIKELY TO LOSE THEIR PONDS FOR MORE THAN A YEAR

HEAVY LORRIES WILL BE DRIVING ACROSS THE HEATH

THE ROAR OF  BUILDING WORK WILL ECHO FAR AND WIDE

THE DISRUPTION  MAY GO ON  FOR YEARS

Source: Dam Nonsense Campaign, Atkins, published under the fair dealing provisions of the Copyright Designs and Patent Act 1988.

 Camden New Journal 30 January 2014

 Ham & High 30 January 2014

 Ham & High 27 August 2013

 Evening Standard  4 March 2014

 Ham & High  6 March 2014

Hundreds of healthy trees to be felled on Hampstead Heath

Including the trees you can see in this photo

66% OF THOSE
ASKED ARE
STRONGLY AGAINST THE PROJECT 

PROTECT  THE  HAMPSTEAD  HEATH  PONDS

CITY CLAIMS THAT BULLDOZING ACRES OF NATURAL BEAUTY WILL PROTECT
 BIODIVERSITY

 The Guardian  9 June 2014

200 ANGRY LOCALS
SAY NO TO THE CITY OF LONDON PLANS

AT CAMDEN PLANNERS
PUBLIC MEETING
HELD ON 5 JUNE  2014

 Camden New Journal 5 Dec. 2013

 The Times  17 January  2014

Michele Hanson: "What is a “Development Forum”?  Is it a consultation? I went to one last week, about the silly £15m plan to build dams on Hampstead Heath ... The developers seemed to think their dams were in the can,spoke to us as if we were aged 10 and the class dunces, and we may as well have addressed our complaints and suggestions to my dog's bottom."

Deborah Moggach: "Just to add another voice to the growing opposition to the City of London's insane plan to dam the ponds on Hampstead Heath. This month we have had torrential rain and the worst floods in decades and not one single house, downstream of the Heath, has been affected in any way."

  Ham & High  17 July 2014

STOP PRESS

  Ham & High  17 July 2014

  Ham & High  17 July 2014

  Ham & High  24 July 2014

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