Moore Environment and Jack Moody Landscaping to transform community park

Work is underway to upgrade Coleshill Memorial Park.

Contractors laying the new surface. Image: Bituchem
Contractors laying the new surface. Image: Bituchem

The transformation of the community park in north Warwickshire has been designed by landscape architecture firm Moore Environment and is being delivered by Jack Moody Landscaping after Coleshill Town Council approved a £180,000 investment in the project in 2015.

The project includes a new adventure playground and new paths.

The playground is now complete, with hard landscaping specialist Bituchem called in to supply a smooth durable surface for the playground and pedestrian footpaths. Moore Environment specified 1200 square metres of Bituchem’s 6mm Natratex Cotswold product to resurface the adventure playground and footpaths in the park.

A spokesperson from Coleshill Town Council said: "We are particularly happy with the golden colour of the pathways. It really lifts the park in these dull and dark winter days."

 


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