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Kids and families invited to fun consultation evening for new play park in Kilburn

PUBLISHED: 13:51 21 July 2015 | UPDATED: 13:52 21 July 2015

Finalized design layouts for Wood House Urban Park are to go in display this evening

Finalized design layouts for Wood House Urban Park are to go in display this evening

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Children and families will have the chance to join a painting session before viewing a 3D model of plans for a new play park at a consultation evening in Kilburn this evening.

Brent Council is inviting kids to join the consultation on plans for Wood House Urban Park between 4-5pm at Carlton Hall, Canterbury Terrace this evening by painting bird boxes which will feature around the new park due to be located between Albert Road and Denmark Road.

The kids’ session will be followed by a viewing of a 3D model and finalized design plans of the park from 5pm-8pm.

Residents will be invited to give feedback and discuss plans for the urban park with Brent Council and architects Erect Architecture.

Councillor Margaret McLennan, Lead Member for Housing and Development at Brent Council said: “As part of the regeneration of South Kilburn, we are creating a brand new attractive urban park and have now finalised the design and layout. At our public exhibition on Tuesday, visitors will be able to see how the plans have progressed following previous consultation and get to see a 3D model of what it will look like.”

Kids Session: 4-5pm

Adults session and consultation:5-8pm

Address: Carlton Hall, Canterbury Terrace,NW6 5DE.


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