Ending The Lee Valley Tax
The Lee Valley Park is a 26-mile regional park located in parts of north east London, Hertfordshire and Essex. Since its establishment in 1967, the Park has been funded by a levy (the Lee Valley Tax), which was £8.7 million in 2012, from all London boroughs. This project intends the park to operate independently through a variety of methods allowing London boroughs to invest in park their constituents can use.
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- Press Release
- ITV News: Lee Valley Self-Funding
- Steve O'Connell: calls for end to “Lee Valley Park tax” & investment in Wandle Valley
- Local Guardian: Call to end taxpayer funding of Lee Valley Regional Park
- ITV News London: Lee Valley Tax
- Hertfordshire Mercury: Could Lee Valley Park become self-funding?
- Merton Guardian: Letter to the Editor- End our taxpayers money being sent to north London
- Waltham Forest Letter
- Wandsworth Guardian – No to Lee Valley Tax campaign gathers momentum
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