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Cambridge City Council

Logan's Meadow Local Nature Reserve proposed extension

This consultation was open from 7 October to 20 November 2020. We received 460 responses. The consultation report [PDF, 1MB] summarises these responses and the proposed next steps.


Cambridge City Council and the newly formed Friends of Logan’s Meadow are embarking on a project to more than double the size of the Logan's Meadow Local Nature Reserve. This will contribute to Natural Cambridgeshire’s ‘Doubling Nature’ vision.

The site has potential to help address both the biodiversity and climate change emergencies declared by the City Council and contribute to our ambition of increasing the city’s tree canopy cover.

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of local green space and access to nature for our health and well being, and we hope this project will inspire people to visit and get involved with volunteering opportunities.

For full information about how the area is currently used and our proposals (including plans) please go to the consultation form using the link below:

Read more and submit your comments

We want to know how you use the space and how you would like to see it shaped and maintained in the future. 

Regular visitors may have also seen a recent consultation to install a bee bank for harmless nesting solitary bees. This was widely supported and is due to be built this winter in the south western corner of the sport pitches.

Due to the scale of the climate crisis we are keen to not miss the 2020 tree planting season, so if the sport pitch boundary planting is supporting we will seek to deliver this in November or December this year.

If you have any questions about the consultation, contact us at