Swale and Rain Garden for Tupman House Green Space

Closed 2 Apr 2021

Opened 3 Mar 2021

Overview

Let us know what you think about plans to improve the open green space at Tupman House and introduce a swale and rain garden.

A swale and rain garden is created by redirecting the rainwater from rooftops from down pipes  and redirect the water into a more natural environment to soak away locally in the ground with specialist planting. This will help the local environment by increasing the local biodiversity, by diverting relatively clean water away from our overstretched sewer systems and so help to reduce local flooding.

 

Why we are consulting

After a successful Cleaner Greener Safer (CGS) submission, funds have been awarded to improve the open green space at Tupman House and introduce a swale and rain garden.

THIS CONSULTATION IS ONLY AVAILABLE ONLINE DUE TO COVID-19.

 

What happens next

We will ask you for your contact details in the online consultation please answer these so we can get back in contact with you and give you updates on the progress of the project if it goes ahead.   

 

Areas

  • North Bermondsey

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • All Interests