Perking Up The Parks

What improvements would you like for Lammas and Bramley Road?


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Ealing residents are being invited to have their say on new proposals for Lammas Park and Bramley Road open space as part of the council’s parks improvements project.

The proposals for Lammas Park highlight options for making alterations to the entrances to the park, and improving the existing play area. New equipment being proposed includes a wobbly boat, climbing apparatus, a new round about and bouncing board. The deadline for responses is Friday, 3 March.

The consultation for Bramley Road open space is an opportunity for residents to comment on proposals to give the area a new look and improve access. Improvements being considered include new lawn areas, planting a sensory garden and developing a natural play area. The deadline for responses is Wednesday, 16 March.

Councillor Kamaljit Dhindsa, cabinet member for Customer and Community Service, said: “These consultations are a great opportunity for local people to comment and make a difference to the way their local parks look. It’s an exiting time for these parks and we are looking forward to seeing some great improvements over the next few months.”

For more information about both consultations log on to or call the council’s major projects team on 020 8825 9699.

23rd February 2011


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