With Victorian enclosures law in their armoury, NOGOE held a public meeting on Sunday about the plan to hold Olympic equestrian events in Greenwich Park. More than 200 people turned out, mostly over fears of damage to the World Heritage Site. With the feelings of the public meeting, 497 letters of objection already delivered and a 13,200 strong petition in his pocket, the group coordinator claims that "the overwhelming majority of local residents are against the use of Greenwich Park for the Olympics". A planning decision will be made in March.
NOGOE Public Meeting Over Greenwich Park 2012
Last Updated 20 January 2010