Lewisham Council has been working on proposals for the redevelopment of Beckenham Place Park after making it through the first round of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Parks for People programme. The next step entails holding a series of public consultations on the plans.
The council has developed draft proposals on how they plan to regenerate the park and restore some of the buildings. As we reported yesterday, this includes the closure of the park’s golf course.
As part of the development process, public consultation meetings will be held where residents can view the current plans, learn more about the proposals and ask the project team any questions.
Eight drop-in sessions will take place throughout March, and each one will share identical information. The sessions are open to everyone, and interested parties can simply turn up on the day.
The dates of the exhibitions are:
- 5th March, 11am–3pm: Sainsbury’s forecourt Beckenham High Street
- 9th March, 1pm–6pm: 14 -15 Catford Broadway (Opposite Costa Coffee)
- 13th March, 2pm-4pm: Beckenham Place Park Mansion House Visitor Centre
- 14th March, 9am–11:30am: The Green Man, 355 Bromley Road
- 14th March, 12noon–4pm: Bellingham High Street (Shop next to the Post Office),14 Randlesdown Road
- 17th March, 3pm–5pm and 7pm–8:30pm: Evangelical Church Hall, Cromwell Road, Beckenham
- 21st March, 6pm–9pm: The Green Man, 355 Bromley Road
- 26th March, 11am–3pm: Beckenham Place Park Mansion
Have you seen the plans for the park? What are your views on the redevelopment?
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