Chiswick Park backs living wall

Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work has announced a new community partnership with St Mary’s primary school to support its sustainability project Chiswick Oasis, enabling the creating of a green wall and several other initiatives to improve clean air.

‘Chiswick Oasis’ was launched in September by a group of parents from St. Mary’s primary school, located by the A4. The project includes the installation of a “living wall” and other landscaping features along the A4 boundary wall, using plants which have proven benefits in removing pollutants from the air and improving air quality.  The final proposal is for the site to be made available for fairs, markets and community events, outside of school hours.

Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work will support the project by raising awareness across its Campus and local community as well as using its expertise in the areas of waste & recycling, engineering and landscaping.

Charlotte Fougeres, PR & Community Manager Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work said, “Education is a key focus in our CSR strategy Enjoy-Work Tomorrow. We believe that whatever we do today will have an impact on tomorrow. We work closely with our local community to share our approach to caring for the environment. Chiswick Oasis is a great opportunity to get involved in a local project that will make a difference to the lives of younger generations.”

Andrea Carnevali, Head of the Group of parents who has been leading the creation of the Chiswick Oasis said: “This partnership is a really exciting development for our project, one that will improve the lives of hundreds of children and the whole community. I look forward to making our school a model for several others to follow.”

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