What are London Boroughs already doing for community food growing?
|Borough committed to creating food growing spaces with Capital Growth|
|Borough making good progress towards making a Capital Growth commitment|
|Borough not yet making significant progress towards a Capital Growth commitment*|
* Let us know if you think things have improved in your Borough. We will update the map as more action happens
Capital Growth is seeking a commitment from each borough that new community growing projects will be supported and so far, 19 borough councils out of the 33 have signed up. To reach the 2,012 target this means, on average, that each borough needs to commit to supporting 60 new spaces. We appreciate that for some this may be too many, in which case we work with the council to identify a more realistic target. However, some (such as Camden, Hackney, Islington, Lambeth, Southwark and Tower Hamlets) have committed to creating over 70 community food growing spaces each.