More ways to tell us how we can improve Queens Park, Caterham

Residents who haven’t yet given their views on how we can improve Queens Park in Caterham have more opportunities in September, through online and face to face events.

We want to know what Queens Park means to residents, what you like to use it for and what changes you’d like to see in the future.

We held a very productive face to face event at Queens Park on 21 August, where residents gave lots of helpful feedback and suggestions for how we can improve the park, including how we best use the pavilion, preserve the park’s beauty and tranquillity and use the space to improve local flood resilience.

Residents unable to attend on 21 August still have the opportunity to give their thoughts in a number of ways:

  • In person at a second event at the pavilion in Queens Park on Wednesday 15 September. Come along any time between 6pm and 8pm to meet our team and landscape architects, Jon Sheaff & Associates, who will be designing the future improvements to the park.
  • Through online sessions on 8 September at 2pm and 9 September at 7pm. These sessions will be an opportunity for residents to hear directly from our team and our architect and ask any questions. Residents who would like to attend should e-mail to book their place.
  • By e-mailing their views to by 15 September.

We’ll use the feedback we’ve already received and what you tell us in September to draw up some initial designs for what Queens Park could look like in future. We anticipate this initial design work will take place over autumn and residents will be given the chance to comment on these more detailed proposals, including if we make changes which require us to submit a planning application.

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