Over the next five years Stockport's council and partners will invest around £900m into the borough, including the rejuvenation of the Market Place and Underbanks and big improvements to the ways people get into and around the town centre.
The park brings greenery and space to sit and relax in the town centre while construction works are underway, and displays information about the development plans. It will stay in place until Autumn when work starts on festive decorations.
Groundwork Trust is an environmental regeneration charity which builds sustainable green spaces in urban areas. They have previously worked with Manchester City Council to help create the Dig the City project. This brought plants, greenery and vegetation to the city centre and helped to engage with local people and visitors.
Richard Clark, senior landscape architect for Groundwork, said: "It has been exciting to contribute our knowledge and experience in the design and build of the 'pop up park' in partnership with Stockport Council, making their vision a reality and bringing a piece of nature into the town centre. We trust it will be a great and green success."