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Brent Council gives play area plan in Queen’s Park the green light

PUBLISHED: 14:17 13 February 2014 | UPDATED: 14:17 13 February 2014

Residents question the council's planning committee representatives at Tiverton Green on Saturday

Residents question the council's planning committee representatives at Tiverton Green on Saturday

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Plans for the installation of a play area in a Queen’s Park open space were given the thumbs up by Brent Council yesterday.

The planning committee consented to the popular plans which will see the construction a multi-use games area will be installed within the Tiverton Green Open Space, boasting an outdoor table tennis tables and a transverse climbing wall.

More than 75 people, including members of Aylestone Park Residents’ and Tenants’ Association, gathered on the green last Saturday to urge the council to support the scheme.

Cllr James Denselow, lead member for customers and citizens, who also represents the Queen’s Park ward, said:

“This plan is a great chance to create a space that generations of children can enjoy.”


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