Wimbledon Park Masterplan

Wimbledon Park Masterplan

To approach this Master Plan with a blank canvas, producing a clear and comprehensive ‘as is’ baseline position for the Park (see Appendix 3), taking account of all limiting factors and the severity of those limiting factors.

London Borough of Merton
Wimbledon Park Masterplan
To approach this Master Plan with a blank canvas, producing a clear and comprehensive ‘as is’ baseline position for the Park (see Appendix 3), taking account of all limiting factors and the severity of those limiting factors.

Create a fully-costed (revenue and capital) Master Plan for the Park (including the lake), taking account of all of the opportunities, competing interests and restrictions and ensuring that the proposals are encompassed within a new landscape for the Park, whilst being respectful of the history of the park, the landscape and environmental assets.  This should be in a format that is agreed with the council.

To produce 5 flexible design concept options with high level business cases that respond to and reflect future recreational, sporting, cultural and leisure needs in so far as they can be predicted at this time.

These concept options would be put forward to council for shortlisting for public consultation (3 options maximum to go out to public consultation) and following those processes a final Master Plan with a detailed business case can be determined for council approval.

To ensure that within any concept designs future opportunities, limiting factors and risks are all clearly identified and logged for further use should the concept designs be taken forward.

In doing this bear in mind the council’s assumptions for this project. The Master Plan must protect and enhance the ecological and heritage requirements wherever possible, whilst offering options for increased opportunities for greater engagement & participation in sports, cultural and leisure activities.

The Master Plan must embrace sustainable travel options as a means of access to the Park.

The Master Plan must be operationally achievable and affordable, seeking to create a sustainable future for the Park, whilst returning a greater surplus to the council as a return on their investment.  PLEASE SEE ITT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Contact:
Mr Francis McParland
Email Address:
francis.mcparland@merton.gov.uk
Telephone:
020 8274 4901
Address:
Civic Centre
London Rd
Morden
Surrey
SM4 5DX
United Kingdom
Key Dates
30/09/2015
31/12/2015
27/08/2015 14:42
25/09/2015 12:00
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