Golder's Hill Park
led by Bettina Metcalfe
International Dendrology Society
The High Court has ruled against the Society's claim to halt the Ponds Project.
Severely intrusive engineering works will disrupt the Heath's use for the next two years, and permanently blemish its beauty.
The Ponds Project Gazeteer
Pond by Pond works summaries:
Moth Spraying on the Heath
37 SCHOOLS IS ENOUGH
Society raises nine objections to proposed use of former police station as a school.
Further increases in school-run traffic and pollution would be a disaster.
The guest speaker at our Annual General Meeting on 2 June 2016 will be the photographer Matthew Maran, who has just completed a four-year project, with the support of the City, to publish a beautiful book of photographs of Hampstead Heath.
City agrees to Society's protective provisions for Heath
After months of consultation with the Society, the City's proposed new 'Open Spaces' bill will now include protective provisions ensuring the continued wild and natural state of the Heath.
ATHLONE HOUSE SAVED
Plans to demolish a much-loved landmark on the edge of the Heath and replace it with mega-mansion dubbed 'a Stalinist wedding cake' have been thrown out after a six year battle lead jointly by this Society and the Highgate Society.
Read the full decision
7pm Thursday 2 June
Speaker: Matt Maran
St. Stephen's, Rosslyn Hill.
7.30 Thursday 27 October
Rare Books of local interestfor sale to members
Original 1912 editions
Barratt's Annals of Hampstead kindly donated by a generous member of the Society to help us raise funds.
Society membership passes 2000
Membership has passed 2000 for the first time
in our 118 year history!
A rise spurred on by public backing for last year's legal proceedings launched by the Society, challenging the legality of the City's huge new dams that will disfigure the Heath forever.