Eastcote is most fortunate in having extensive parks and green spaces, woodland areas, a large number of historic buildings, Conservation Areas and a number of Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC).
The late Sheila Liberty former Conservation Panel Chairman, planting a tree in Long Meadow
Under the heading of Conservation in Eastcote are a whole range of activities connected with the protection and enhancement of our local environment. Local members who are involved in Conservation are drawn from all areas of the Community with diverse interests in local history, plants and trees, preservation of buildings. Through members of the Residents Association, members of the Conservation Panel and Friends groups we help to look after and monitor activity in the following:-
|Eastcote House Gardens:|
|Walled Garden - Winter 2010||Stables|
|Warrender Park:||Haydon Hall Park:|
|Warrender Park - Green Flag Award||Haydon Hall Park- Haydon Hall Lodge:|
|Bessingby/Cavendish Parks: which includes a Site of Nature Conservation|
|Tree Planting||Cavendish Pavillion:|
Three Conservation Areas,
Sign at Forge Green - High Road, Eastcote painted by Graham Pellow
30 Grade II Listed Buildings
22 Locally listed buildings and artefacts.
The Conservation Panel or to give it its full title the Eastcote Village Conservation Area Advisory Panel through representatives is allowed to speak at North Planning Committee meetings, when applications are submitted which might affect Conservation Areas; both built environment and green spaces.
For three of the Parks local residents have formed up groups to help to look after the parks. These are:-
For the Contacts with each of these organisations please see above