We value the biodiversity that has flourished previously at Seething Wells Filter Beds and can again, if better maintained. We believe it must remain a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) during the coming review process.
Kingston Council has commissioned an independent review of all existing SINC sites and are looking at adding new sites as part of the preparation of the Local Plan. We welcome the potential addition of new SINC sites across the borough.
Seething Wells Filter Beds is a special site for biodiversity, but has been mismanaged by the current private owners. So we ask that when reviewing this site, the historic wildlife on site and future potential is taken into account in the report, not simply the site as it appears now.
This petition has been created by St Mark’s Ward Councillors - Liz Green, Diane White and Yogan Yoganathan.
Keep Seething Wells Filter Beds a Site of Importance for Nature
Started by: Councillor Liz Green
This ePetition ran from 17/07/2020 to 10/02/2021 and has now finished.
102 people signed this ePetition.