Ealing Council is seeking the views of residents and park users about a range of possible improvements for Dean Gardens in West Ealing.
The council would like to know your views on the proposed improvements and you can have your say by completing a short survey, which is now open. Plans and images of the proposed changes are also included.
A drop-in event is taking place at Dean Gardens on 18 August where there will be a full display of the proposed improvements on show.
The consultation will close on 30 August 2021.
All responses will be considered carefully and will be used to influence the final improvements that are made to the park. Any agreed improvements will be carried out later in 2021 and in early 2022.
Councillor Deirdre Costigan, Ealing Council’s deputy leader and cabinet member for climate action, said: “We want to get the views of residents and regular visitors on some proposed improvements to the park as it’s a vital town centre green space where local people can exercise, relax and meet friends. It is also a great place for children and young people to play and enjoy nature.
With lockdown, more local people have been visiting the park which is great. But it’s led to extra litter and greater wear and tear of the play area, the outdoor gym equipment and the lawns.
“We’re also keen to invest in improving our green spaces with more trees to combat climate change. You can help us shape what Dean Gardens looks like in the future by getting involved in this consultation.”
To request a paper copy of the survey please contact us at: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 020 8825 6999.