Greenwich Park Revealed is Coming
Increasing visitor footfall, new tree diseases and erosion of the 590-year-old historic landscape are putting a strain on Greenwich Parks infrastructure, facilities and natural environment.
The Royal Parks is about to embark on its biggest ever project; to reveal, restore, protect and share the historic and natural landscape, invest in new visitor facilities and develop training, leisure and volunteering opportunities for a growing and diverse local community.
The four-year project, called “Greenwich Park Revealed” will see £8 million pounds invested into the park. The project is possible thanks to a £4.5m grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.
Plans will be displayed at Vanbrugh Gate and Blackheath Gate from Friday 26th February to Sunday 14th March or view the revised plans here.
Share your thoughts on the revised buildings plan.
Closing date for submissions is 14th March.