Work begins on new urban play park in South Kilburn

Cllr Margaret McLennan, Lead Member for Housing and Development at Brent Council, with Adrian Denbow

Cllr Margaret McLennan, Lead Member for Housing and Development at Brent Council, with Adrian Denbow of Ground Control Lt at the site of the new urban park off Albert Road in South Kilburn. - Credit: Archant

Builders have begun work on the site of a new ‘urban park’ as part of the multi-million pound transformation of South Kilburn.

Developers Ground Control have released the first plans for the Wood House Urban park as work got un

Developers Ground Control have released the first plans for the Wood House Urban park as work got underway earlier this month - Credit: Archant

Work on the 0.2 hectare Woodhouse urban play park on Albert Road kicked off at the start of the month and is due to open to the public by spring 2016.

Once completed ,the park-which was designed by developers Ground Control Ltd with the input of local residents- will feature sustainable play equipment, landscaped trees and modern footpaths.

The construction work marks the first phase of the ambitious South Kilburn regeneration programme.

The scheme will see approximately 2,400 new homes built along with a new primary school, shops and improved health facilities.


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Half of the new homes have been earmarked for existing secure tenants.

Cllr Margaret McLennan, Brent council’s lead member for housing and development said: “This is a significant milestone for the South Kilburn regeneration programme.

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“We have met with local residents many times to discuss what kind of park they would like to see and what features it should include.

“The final proposals look great and I am thrilled to see the contractors on site beginning to turn this space in to a fantastic new park, creating a great place for residents to visit and enjoy.”

If you would like more information about Woodhouse Urban Park and the regeneration of South Kilburn, click here.

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