Mayor of London’s Greener City Fund: Community Green Space Grants

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The third round of Community Green Space Grants, part of the Mayor’s £12m Greener City Fund, are now open for applications. Grants between £5,000 and £50,000 are available to communities to create and improve green spaces.

© Mayor of London/London Assembly

All of the details are on our website.

The grants can cover a wide range of activities including neighbourhood greening, improving parks, creating wildlife habitats, installing sustainable drainage, restoring waterways and greening school grounds (including to protect against air pollution).

The deadline for applications is 30 September 2019, for projects that will take place between January – December 2020. Applications are open to community groups, charities, boroughs, schools, housing associations and others.

2 thoughts on “Mayor of London’s Greener City Fund: Community Green Space Grants

  1. Hi Jess,
    To avoid disappointment in applying, you should point out that only park user groups, nature reserves, allotment committees and community gardens that are ‘constituted groups’ on Council owned grounds can apply to the ‘Greening Fund’.
    Non-constituted groups [as with our park user group at Ravensbourne Park Gardens, SE6] cannot apply.


    1. Hi Austen,

      This is the Mayor of London’s ‘Greener City Fund’ and not Lewisham’s Greening Fund. The Terms and Conditions might be different for their fund, I don’t know what conditions they have set. I am not sure if groups need to be constituted for this fund, so it would be worth checking the website to see if Ravensbourne Park Gardens is eligible.

      Best wishes,


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