8 July 2015

Have a say on the Springfield Park consultation

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust (that's SWLASGMHNHST to you) is seeking views on a new park on the Springfield University Hospital site which would run alongside Burntwood Lane. The Trust is running a number of consultations this week. It's has the potential to be a real opportunity for Earlsfield residents so make sure to get involved.

They say:

One of the key components of the masterplan to regenerate Springfield Hospital includes a new 32 acre public park. An initial strategy was submitted to Wandsworth Council in 2012 in partnership with the local community, setting out ideas, opportunities, priorities and constraints identified by the community when considering the detailed design of the new park.

Picture from SWLSG Trust

The Trust are now beginning the next stage of public consultation to inform the detailed design of the park, building upon responses received from an earlier 2012 consultation, to prepare and understand the needs of the local community.

Please click here to download a copy of our June 2015 'Springfield Messenger' newsletter.

View the 2012 Park Strategy

Public exhibition

We are holding a three day public exhibition in July where you will be able to view the initial designs and provide feedback to the team.

- Thursday 9 July - 2pm to 7pm
- Friday 10 July - 8am to 1pm
- Saturday 11 July - 10am to 2pm

Venue: Restaurant Lounge, Springfield University Hospital, 61 Glenburnie Road, London, SW17 7DJ

The purpose of the exhibitions is:

- To listen to your views on the initial options for the park;
- To provide you with the opportunity to make comments and ask questions; and
- To identify issues that you consider we should address.

All feedback received at each stage of the consultation will be taken into consideration in the development of our design proposals and will help inform our discussions with stakeholders. We intend to submit the park strategy to Wandsworth Council in early September 2015.

This website page will be updated as the consultation on the park strategy progresses, including information on how to get involved.

If you have any questions at this stage or would be interested in attending one of the community workshops, you can contact us using the details below:

Email: swlmh.consultation@nhs.net

Telephone: 020 7871 3565

Twitter: @SWLSTG

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