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Thames Landscape Strategy
Holly Lodge
Richmond Park
Richmond TW10 5HS

Download a map of how to find us (.pdf 100KB)

Tel: +44 (0)20 8940 0654
Fax: +44 (0)20 8332 2730

General enquiries e-mail: rebecca.law@richmond.gov.uk

Jason Debney
Strategy Co-ordinator
e-mail: j.debney@richmond.gov.uk

The Thames Landscape Strategy was written by Kim Wilkie

How you can help

The Thames Landscape Strategy Hampton to Kew is a not for profit organisation and relies on the generosity of its partners and many individual supporters. There are many ways for you, your business or oragnisation to get involved with the work of the Thames Landscape Strategy. This could be through a cash or in kind donation, the offer of volunteer support, secondment of staff or even helping us at the many events we attend every year.

Make a donation

Making a financial donation to the Strategy can help us achieve our aims of conserving and enhancing the landscapes and habitats around the River Thames between Hampton and Kew for future generations to enjoy. Every penny we raise is put to good use, helping us implement projects and management proposals along this stretch of the Thames. You can download a donations form here.

You can also make your donation go upto 28% further, at no extra cost to yourself, by registering for Gift Aid
Please fill and return this Gift Aid form

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The Review of Thames Landscape Strategy

Thames Landscape Strategy Review

The Thames Landscape Strategy has been reviewed. Follow the link below for details.

Further information on the Review

View the strategy

Thames Landscape Strategy Document

The Thames Landscape Strategy is a 100-year blueprint for the River Thames between Hampton and Kew. To view the full strategy document follow the link below.

Further information on the vision


Thames Landscape Strategy Annual Review

View the latest Annual Review, a roundup of all the latest developments in the Arcadian Thames