Landscape architect sought for Heritage Lottery Fund work at Romford park

Havering Council is seeking a landscape architect to work on developing a plan for Raphael Park in Romford.

Plans for Raphael Park have already been awarded a first round pass under the Heritage Lottery Fund's Parks for People programme.

The landscape architect's role will be to develop a master plan for the Raphael park project, lead on the delivery of detailed design proposals for the restoration work, and appoint a series of specialist consultants to allow the council to submit its second round application.

It is anticipated that the landscape architect will appointed by early 2010.

Havering Council is hoping to submit a Stage 2 application in August 2010.
If successful, it is anticipated that the refurbishment works will commence in spring 2011 and be completed by late 2011.

The deadline to apply is 15 January. Contact


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