Have your say

Please let us know your general views about your local park to keep us up to date and informed about what you like and what we can improve by emailing parks@enablelc.org .

Current Consultations and Information Sharing

Opened 14 January 2019
Closes 10 February 2019

Falcon Park Landscaping Improvements Consultation, Phase 2

On behalf of Wandsworth Council, Enable Leisure and Culture has secured £182,500 from the Wandsworth Local Fund to make improvements at Falcon Park.

During the initial round of consultation held in 2015, people were asked their thoughts on a proposal to re-landscape the park’s access and install play equipment at the northern entrance of the park. Based on the results of the first round of consultation, three designs have been developed. We now want to understand the views of local residents and people who use Falcon Park to help decide on the final design.

What happens next?

Once consultation has closed, all of the feedback will be carefully considered to decide on the final design.

Whilst every attempt will be made to construct the final design to plan, certain elements may have to be altered during the implementation stage due to unforeseen technical or logistical issues.

The improvement works are due to begin following the completion of the new £1.3m all-weather pitch at the southern end of Falcon Park.

Have your say

The consultation went live on Monday 14 January 2019.

You can access the online survey at https://haveyoursay.citizenspace.com/wandsworthecs/falcon-park-19

If you would like a paper copy, please contact us at consult@wandsworth.gov.uk or contact the Parks Office on 020 3959 0060.

Please be advised that the consultation closes on Sunday 10 February 2019.

Opened 28 January 2019
Closes 24 March 2019

Fred Wells Gardens Improvements Consultation

On behalf of Wandsworth Council, Enable Leisure and Culture has secured £316,500 to fund improvements to Fred Wells Gardens in the near future and we would now like to hear your views.

Funding has been secured through the following channels:
• £220,000 from Wandsworth Council’s Local Fund in June 2017.
• £80,000 to fund play space enhancements from developers at 12-14 Lombard Street and £16,500 from other planning contributions.

We would like to hear your views on the following:

Group A works: These works are classified as essential to the ongoing safety and / or maintenance of the park and therefore they are not presented as options to choose between. However, we would still like to hear your views on our proposed solutions and make sure we have not missed anything.

Group B works:  We would like your help to prioritise these potential improvement works through this consultation. These works, although important, are less fundamental to the overall safety of the park and given that funds are limited it is likely that some of the less popular proposals in this group will not be funded through this round of investment. Therefore, we would like you to rank Group B works according to how important you feel they are to your enjoyment of the park.

Have your say

The consultation will go live on Monday 28 January 2019.
If you would like a paper copy, please contact us at consult@wandsworth.gov.uk or contact the Parks Office on 020 3959 0060.
Please be advised that the consultation closes on Sunday 24 March 2019.

Fred Wells Gardens Drop-in Sessions

We are holding two drop-in sessions at Katherine Low Settlement, 108 Battersea High Street SW11 3HP, where you can ask us any questions you might have about the consultation:
• Wednesday 30 January 2019, 11am to 2pm
• Saturday 2 February 2019, 12 to 3pm
For updates follow us on Twitter @EnableParks
For more information contact Enable Parks: parks@enablelc.org
This consultation is funded by Wandsworth Council through the Wandsworth Local Fund (WLF). This grant scheme pays for new and improved community facilities using funding collected from private development projects in the surrounding area. Wandsworth Council’s Fred Wells Gardens is managed in partnership with Enable Leisure and Culture.

 

On behalf of Wandsworth Council, Enable Leisure and Culture has secured £128,000 from Wandsworth Borough Council’s Local Fund to pay for access improvements to Lavender Gardens in the near future. These funds will go towards:

• Replacement of the steps from Asda supermarket into the Gardens with a gentle sloping footpath making access easier and more accessible
• Refurbishment of the Dorothy Road entrance
• Relocation of the children’s playground gate closer to Dorothy Road
• New native planting
• No change to playground area

Delivery

We estimate works will take place in 2019 during which time Lavender Gardens will be partially closed. Signs will be erected to offer alternative routes to pedestrians travelling between Dorothy Road and Asda whilst works are taking place.

Feedback

If you have any comments or questions about the planned works please send them to parks@enablelc.org or contact the Parks Office on 020 3959 0060.

 

 

Opening 11 February 2019
Closes 10 March 2019

Chivalry Road Playground Consultation, Phase 2

During an initial round of consultation in February to March 2018, Enable Leisure and Culture, on behalf of Wandsworth Council, asked for your views on a range of different types of equipment for Chivalry Road Playground. We would now like to hear your views to help decide on the final design for the refurbished playground.

Based on the results of the first round of consultation, three designs have been developed.As Chivalry Road Playground is on Common Land, we have strict guidelines regarding what can be done, which has also informed the three designs.

The style and height of any new equipment will have to be sympathetic to the area and it will have to be appropriate for the age range of intended use. For Chivalry Road Playground the intended age range is for children aged 2 to 16 years.

What happens next?

Once this consultation has closed, all of the feedback will be carefully considered to decide on the final design. The final design will then be submitted for planning approval.

Whilst every attempt will be made to construct the final design to plan, certain elements may have to be altered during the implementation stage due to unforeseen technical or logistical issues.

Have your say

The consultation will go live on Monday 11 February 2019.

You can access the online survey at https://haveyoursay.citizenspace.com/wandsworthecs/chivalry-road-19

If you would like a paper copy, please contact us at consult@wandsworth.gov.uk or contact the Parks Office on 020 3959 0060.

Please be advised that the consultation closes on Sunday 10 March 2019.

Chivalry Road Playground Drop-in Sessions

We are holding two drop-in sessions at Ark Bolingbroke Academy, Wakehurst Road, SW11 6BF where you can ask us any questions you might have about the consultation:

•Wednesday 13 February 2019, 5.30pm to 7.30pm
•Saturday 2 March 2019, 12pm to 3pm

For updates follow us on Twitter @EnableParks
For more information contact Enable Parks: parks@enablelc.org

This consultation is funded by Wandsworth Council through the Wandsworth Local Fund (WLF). This grant scheme pays for new and improved community facilities using funding collected from private development projects in the surrounding area. Wandsworth Council’s Wandsworth Common is managed in partnership with Enable Leisure and Culture. The design and construction of Chivalry Road Playground refurbishment is being delivered by Infinite Play.