Making improvements to Queens Park, Caterham

We want to hear from residents who regularly use Queens Park in Caterham, as we start to look at how it can be improved.

We want to know what Queens Park means to you, what you like to use it for and what changes you would like to see in the future. Residents can give their thoughts:

  • In person at Queens Park on Saturday 21 August, between 11am and 3pm to our team and landscape architects, Jon Sheaff & Associates, who are designing the future improvements to the park. You will find them near the bowling club and tennis courts.
  • Online on 8 September, 2pm and 9 September, 7pm. This will be an opportunity to look at the presentation and ask us and the architects questions. Please book your place by e-mailing
  • By e-mailing your views to by 15 September.

This is our latest piece of work to improve our parks and open spaces across the district. A copy of the presentation is attached and will be available on our website.

Last year we consulted the local community about our Open Space Strategy. Residents and other consultees told us they wanted us to improve Queens Park by introducing a number of things, including:

  • Better refreshment and toilet facilities.
  • Upgraded play equipment.
  • Flood alleviation measures.
  • Opportunities to develop biodiversity and wildlife.

We’ll use what residents tell us this August and September to draw up some initial designs for what Queens Park could look like in future. Residents will be given the chance to comment on the more detailed proposals later this year, including if we make changes which require us to submit a planning application.

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