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Tower Hamlets

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Initiatives by topic[edit]

Arts, sport and culture[edit]

The Good Gym, run for good

Food activism[edit]

Open spaces[edit]

The Green Bridge, information from Tower Hamlets Council - wikipedia:Tower Hamlets parks and open spaces

Reduce, reuse, repair and recycle[edit]

A-Z recycling guide, information from Tower Hamlets Council

Sustainable transport activism[edit]

The Regent's Canal enters the borough from Hackney to meet the River Thames at Limehouse Basin. A stretch of the Hertford Union Canal leads from the Regent's canal, at a basin in the north of Mile End to join the River Lea at Old Ford. A further canal, Limehouse Cut, London's oldest, leads from locks at Bromley-by-Bow to Limehouse Basin. Most of the canal tow-paths are open to both pedestrians and cyclists. [1]

Urban sustainability[edit]

News and comment[edit]

2010

Braham Street Park opens in Aldgate, a new breathing space close to the City, March 19 [2]

Resources[edit]

Community resources[edit]

St Katharine’s Precinct

Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Tower Hamlets


References

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The list of authors can be seen in the history, link via drop down menu at top left of page.

  1. wikipedia:London Borough of Tower Hamlets#Geography
  2. london.gov.uk


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