Energy Garden is continuing its fantastic work alongside its partners TFL and Groundwork London. The work continues to gain momentum and is being recognised more and more. TFL’s internal magazine ‘Upfront’ recently published an interesting piece about the Brondesbury Park Energy Garden. The article contains interviews with station and Energy Garden staff who are both thrilled with the impact the works have had on the local community. Station Service Delivery Manager Alessandra Deal Scala notes how there has been a noticeable change in the community and their feelings towards the station. Energy Gardens very own Luke Jones also commented on the increased feeling of community around the Brondesbury Park station and added how Energy Garden is perfectly aligned with the Mayors pledge to create a greener, cleaner London.
Month: September 2017
Energy Garden recently appeared in Timeout with some of Londons most exciting and innovative environmental projects. We are delighted to be held alongside such amazing projects by the go-to guide to whats happening in our city.
Energy Garden is based on local communities coming together to take ownership of their local station and make it a place to be proud of. The response we have had until now has been amazing and we are hopeful that the TimeOut article will inspire a new wave of people to come and join us.
We are really proud to be working on the world’s first combined community gardening and energy project and its great that we are being recognised as working towards the Mayor’s goal of a greener, cleaner London.
Next time you pass through your local Energy Garden feel free to get involved!