Identify your local #WasteOfSpace

Identify your local #WasteOfSpace

Urban kestrel © Andrew Whitmarsh

Please use this webform to identify your local Waste Of Space and subscribe to the campaign's e-newsletter.

We're looking for spaces that are unused, unloved, and devoid of wildlife so that we can breathe new life into them. We'd love to work together with you, the community and councils to make them spaces that the whole community can enjoy.

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust reserve the right to remove any waste of space posting that is inappropriate, offensive, and that attacks another individual personally.
Is this the first time you're identifying a waste of space?
Where is the waste of space?
Please do not enter descriptions of locations, this will set the pin default to be somewhere near Cape Verde. Try to find the closest street address or enter a post code. Hover over the help icon (?) if you need more information.
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Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust reserve the right to remove any posting that is inappropriate, offensive, and that attacks another individual personally.
Maybe you’d like to see it transformed into a children’s play area, have a calm space to relax, or maybe you’d like to see some bright flowers that make you smile when you walk past. 
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