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North Mymms District Green Belt Society

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The path from Bluebridge Avenue heading toward the Gobions Wood and the Leach Fields.
The society has its own website which contains contact information, current planning applications and current objections along with other green belt issues and a potted history about the society.

There is a news section which is frequently updated.

The Green Belt protects the countryside by...

  • checking the unrestricted sprawl of large built-up areas.
  • preventing towns merging into one another.
  • assisting in safeguarding the countryside from encroachment.
  • preserving the setting and special character of historic towns.
  • assisting in urban regeneration by encouraging the recycling of derelict and other urban land.

An essential characteristic is permanence, protected as far ahead as can be seen.

Subscriptions for the North Mymms District Green Belt Society has been kept at 1 a head per year, so that anyone can afford to join. To those who add an extra donation we give our grateful thanks, since it helps our reserves.

Our countryside and permitted developments within it are worth fighting for, which is why we spent money getting legal advice over a recent case involving a listed building. We won and it was money well spent.

We have also contributed over 9,000 to the fight against the proposed waste incinerator at New Barnfield.


Gobions Woodland Trust
Gobions Open Space
The History of Gobions Estate

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