Posts made in September, 2013

Welcome!

Welcome!

The Thames Landscape Strategy is a not-for-profit partnership for the river corridor between Weybridge, Hampton and Kew.  Our aim is to understand, promote and conserve this special stretch of the river and to enhance its character – both natural and manmade. Launched in 1994, the strategy is a 100-year blueprint for the Thames, whose vision is set out in the Thames Landscape Strategy report (2012 revision). To achieve our aims, the strategy brings together a partnership of statutory and non-statutory organisations, local groups and individuals to inform strategic policy such local area...

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Who We Are and What We Do

Who We Are and What We Do

The Thames Landscape Strategy brings together a partnership of organisations, individuals and local groups to provide strategic guidance for the Thames corridor between Weybridge, Hampton and Kew in West London. The partnership acts as a catalyst to implement project work on the ground, and as a day to day link between the authorities, the local communities and the vision of the Strategy.    The Thames Landscape Strategy vision is to ‘Conserve, promote and enhance for the future,  one of the world’s great river landscapes between Weybridge, Hampton and Kew’     This is achieved through the...

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A Message from our Patron

A Message from our Patron

A Message of support from Sir David Attenborough, Patron of the Thames Landscape Strategy “The Thames Landscape Strategy is that very rare animal: an organisation with real popular appeal and an imaginative sense of what it is about landscapes that fires people’s imagination. We need to take active steps now to ensure that we maintain a varied wildlife habitat, support traditional river activities, and manage the landscape to complement the marvellous historic buildings, nature reserves and parks that line this stretch of the Thames. The ideas proposed by the Thames Landscape Strategy are...

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