How can I protect our parks and green spaces?

We protect land through a Deed of Dedication. It's a robust yet flexible way to do it. The Deed (or Minute of Agreement in Scotland) is a legally binding document which means each site is protected for future generations to enjoy.

How do I get a Deed of Dedication?

Only the landowner can apply to protect a space by contacting Fields in Trust. This can be any landowner including sports clubs, private individuals and local authorities. We have a regional team on hand for any questions you might have.

Protection Application Pack

To nominate a park or green space for protection simply download our application form, complete and email it to us at info@fieldsintrust.org or you can call us on 020 7427 2110 for further information. Protecting your space with us means it will be safe forever.

I'm not a landowner, what can I do?

Contact your elected representatives and ask them to protect your local parks and green spaces with Fields in Trust.

 


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