Lewisham opens public consultation on parks

The quality of Lewisham's parks and green spaces will be examined through a public consultation due to end this month.

Lewisham Council has opened a public consultation to gauge people's views on the quality of the borough's green spaces, sport provisions and allotments.

The Lewisham parks and green spaces consultation is available now online.
 
The study is being run by of management consultancy firm Strategic Leisure and ends on 31 January.

The findings are expected to be published at the beginning of April 2009.

The green spaces study will provide Lewisham Council with a framework for planning and future management.

It will also provide targets for future improvement and provision.

The survey asks residents about:

  • how they travel to their nearest green space
  • how long it takes to travel to a green space
  • reasons for visiting parks and green spaces
  • levels of antisocial behaviour
  • cleanliness in parks

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