Parks and open spaces in the London Borough of Waltham Forest
Ownership and Management
Waltham Forest Borough Council (LBWF) owns over 290 hectares (2.9 km2) of open space including parks, sports and recreation grounds and nature reserves. However, other parks and open spaces in the borough are owned and managed by other agencies such as the City of London Corporation, which owns just over 472 hectares (4.72 km2) across 10 sites in the borough and the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority.
List of Parks and Open Spaces
|Ainslie Wood||2.04 hectares (0.02 km2)||Chingford||LBWF||Local Nature Reserve and Site of Importance for Nature Conservation.|
|Coronation Gardens||1.65 hectares (0.02 km2)||Leyton||LBWF|
|Hatch Forest||?||Chingford||City of London||Part of Epping Forest.|
|The Highams Park and Highhams Park Lake||?||Chingford||LBWF & City of London||Part of Epping Forest.|
|Leyton Flats||?||Leytonstone||City of London||Part of Epping Forest.|
|Leyton Jubilee Park||12 hectares (0.12 km2)||Leyton||LBWF|
|Lloyd Park||3.86 hectares (0.04 km2)||Walthamstow||LBWF||Known for being the site of the William Morris Gallery|
|Ridgeway Park||5.34 hectares (0.05 km2)||Chingford||LBWF|
|Walthamstow Marshes||36.7 hectares (0.37 km2)||Walthamstow||Lee Valley Regional Park Authority||Part of Lee Valley Park. A Site of Special Scientific Interest.|
|Walthamstow Wetlands||211 hectares (2.11 km2)||Walthamstow||Thames Water & London Wildlife Trust||Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest.|
- "Waltham Forest parks and open spaces" (pdf). Waltham Forest Borough Council. 2014. Retrieved 13 June 2019.
- "London Borough of Waltham Forest Open Space Strategy Draft" (pdf). London Borough of Waltham Forest. Retrieved 13 June 2019.
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