St Albans Environment Action Group

A group of Residents and Councillors

St Albans Environment Action Group was formed in 2018 by a group of residents and councillors, with the aim of connecting local environmental groups and individuals more strongly with local councils. The emphasis, as the name suggests, is very much around action – both supporting the councils’ efforts to improve the environment and pursuing new ideas and projects. It meets at St Albans Council but is very much independent of it.

Transport, Buildings, Water, Wildlife…and more
Meetings are usually based on a theme – transport, buildings, wildlife – and start with a guest speaker followed by discussion.

The Group is open to all, and has grown into a popular force, so much so that it’s now moved from a committee room to tha largest space at St Albans Council – the Chamber. 

It’s also got a new website, with information about past and upcoming meetings, a sign-up form and a suggestions box. See

Wilder St Albans
The group’s most exciting project so far is Wilder St Albans. A sub group of our members are working with Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust and St Albans District Council to create an action plan for enriching nature and increasing biodiversity. The project is still at the discussion stage, but we already have a huge amount of interest and we hope that formal planning  will start very soon.


Meeting dates for the coming months are:

Thursday 2 January 2020

Tuesday 10 March  2020

Tuesday 19 May 2020

Wednesday 15 July 2020

Tuesday 22 September 2020

Please see their website for contact details

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