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Parks and open spaces in Havering

The community forest known as Thames Chase is also within the borough and a large new regional parkland is currently under development, called Wildspace. There are 93 Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation in Havering.[1] Other parks and open spaces are:

Park or open space Green
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Co-ordinates
Bedfords Park Y
Central Park
Cottons Park Y
Harold Wood Park Y
Harrow Lodge Park
Havering Country Park
Hornchurch Country Park
Hylands Park Y
King Georges Playing Fields (also known as Mawney Park)
Ingrebourne Valley Greenway:
  • Gaynes Parkway
  • Hacton Parkway
  • Pages Wood
  • Rainham Creekside Path
  • Suttons Parkway
Langtons Gardens
Lawns Park
Lodge Farm Park Y
Pyrgo Park
Raphael Park
Rise Park
Tylers Common (also known as Upminster Common)
Upminster Park Y
Windmill Field
Wildspace

References

  1. ^ "Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation in Havering" (PDF). London Borough of Havering. 

External links

  • Havering London Borough Council: Parks and Open Spaces A - G
  • Havering London Borough Council: Parks and Open Spaces H - Q
  • Havering London Borough Council: Parks and Open Spaces R - Z
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