WITH the opening of Thurrock Council’s consultation for local green spaces, Councillors Kerin, Pothecary and Fish have pressed the case for Kilverts Field to be given ‘Green Space Designation.’
In a joint statement given after nominating Kilverts Field, the three Grays Riverside councillors said:
“We are pleased that we have ‘placed a pin’ on the map and nominated Kilverts Field for ‘Green Space Designation.’ This piece of land is a precious jewel in a very densely built-up part of our ward. It provides a ‘green link’ between the river front, and the Seabrooke Rise neighbourhood.
“Representing a densely urban ward such as ours, we are very aware of the need to protect what little precious green space we have. Kilverts Field is a prime example of a green space deserving to be recognised as ‘Designated Green Space.’
“The consultation runs until Sunday 6 March 2022. We urge our residents to take part and nominate Kilverts Field”