Plans For Wimbledon Park

Ambitious new proposals for the future of Wimbledon Park have been published, outlining required improvements and how to make better community use of the Park including upgrading the current athletics field and viewing stand into a multi-sport facility and stadium.

In 2016 Wimbledon Park was placed on Historic England’s At Risk Register due to uncertainty about the park’s future; the impacts of divided ownership on landscape management; views of the original designed landscape being obscured; and the deteriorating condition of the lake.

At a recent public meeting, hosted by The Wimbledon Club, proposals devised by the Friends of Wimbledon Park and the Capability Brown Society, based on The London Borough of Merton’s “Wimbledon Park Masterplan” were offered up for discussion and are being seen as a major step forward in proposing solutions for the “divided ownership” and creating a brighter future for this Grade 2* listed park whilst also making the park more accessible to the community.

Nick Steiner Interview

Martin Sumpton Interview

Dr Dave Dawson Interview

Cllr Janice Howard, Mayor of Merton Interview

Stephen Hammond MP Interview

Renata Joseph Interview

Kate Carter Interview

Neil Thompson Interview

Richard Creed Interview

Cllr Caroline Cooper Marbiah Interview

Cllr Ed Gretton Interview

Cllr Oonagh Moulton Interview

Stewart Coleman Interview

Sarah Gould Interview

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