Barnet Playing Fields and King George V Playing Fields – Master Plan engagement

This consultation has now closed.

Overview

Barnet has a great collection of parks and open spaces and these are an important part of what makes Barnet a green and family friendly borough. In 2017 Barnet Council created a Parks and Open Spaces Strategy and a Playing Pitch Strategy which reviewed the parks and put forward suggestions for their development.

In line with the strategies' recommendations, the council has appointed The Sport, Leisure and Culture Consultancy (SLC) to undertake an appraisal of the options available to the council for the development and creation of a sports hub with associated community facilities at Barnet Playing Fields and King George V Playing Fields.

Give us your views

Please give us your views on the options by completing the online questionnaire. We welcome responses from everyone including organisations interested in the future development of these sites. We would also like to hear the views of people from outside the London Borough of Barnet area.

To request a questionnaire in an alternative format, please:

  • email: nicola.cross@barnet.gov.uk,
  • telephone 020 8359 7404, or
  • write to us at: Greenspaces, London Borough of Barnet, North London Business Park, Oakleigh Road South, London, N11 1NP.

How we will use your feedback

SLC will use the results of the engagement to inform the development of an options appraisal report for consideration by the Council. This will lead to the development of a draft master plan for the delivery of the preferred option, which will be the subject of further engagement later in the year. Amendments will be made as necessary to the draft master plan following this further engagement, and it will be brought to a meeting of the Environment Committee. Subject to the outcome of this meeting a full public consultation on the final master plan will then take place.





Overview

Barnet has a great collection of parks and open spaces and these are an important part of what makes Barnet a green and family friendly borough. In 2017 Barnet Council created a Parks and Open Spaces Strategy and a Playing Pitch Strategy which reviewed the parks and put forward suggestions for their development.

In line with the strategies' recommendations, the council has appointed The Sport, Leisure and Culture Consultancy (SLC) to undertake an appraisal of the options available to the council for the development and creation of a sports hub with associated community facilities at Barnet Playing Fields and King George V Playing Fields.

Give us your views

Please give us your views on the options by completing the online questionnaire. We welcome responses from everyone including organisations interested in the future development of these sites. We would also like to hear the views of people from outside the London Borough of Barnet area.

To request a questionnaire in an alternative format, please:

  • email: nicola.cross@barnet.gov.uk,
  • telephone 020 8359 7404, or
  • write to us at: Greenspaces, London Borough of Barnet, North London Business Park, Oakleigh Road South, London, N11 1NP.

How we will use your feedback

SLC will use the results of the engagement to inform the development of an options appraisal report for consideration by the Council. This will lead to the development of a draft master plan for the delivery of the preferred option, which will be the subject of further engagement later in the year. Amendments will be made as necessary to the draft master plan following this further engagement, and it will be brought to a meeting of the Environment Committee. Subject to the outcome of this meeting a full public consultation on the final master plan will then take place.





This consultation has now closed.
  • We Asked, You Said, We Did

    8 months ago

    We asked:

    We asked you to share your views on the future of Barnet Playing Fields and King George V Playing Fields. Specifically, we asked what you would most like to see on site and provided a long list of potential development options designed to improve the provision of sports and community facilities.

    The online engagement exercise was undertaken from 14th May to 3rd June 2018.

    You said:

    We received 137 responses to the online engagement exercise. The proposed long list of potential facility development options was welcomed by many of you. However, you said it was important...

    We asked:

    We asked you to share your views on the future of Barnet Playing Fields and King George V Playing Fields. Specifically, we asked what you would most like to see on site and provided a long list of potential development options designed to improve the provision of sports and community facilities.

    The online engagement exercise was undertaken from 14th May to 3rd June 2018.

    You said:

    We received 137 responses to the online engagement exercise. The proposed long list of potential facility development options was welcomed by many of you. However, you said it was important to consider the impact of any development on the peaceful nature of the site and local wildlife, trees and plants.

    In addition, a number of suggestions were made about the site which have been taken into account such as the need for improved park maintenance, better play facilities for children and improved accessibility onto the site.

    We did:

    We reviewed all the responses submitted and the results were used to inform an Options Appraisal Report for the Council to consider.

    Following the Council’s feedback on the options appraisal report, SLC will develop a draft Masterplan for the site based upon the preferred options.

    The draft Masterplan will be used to engage further with local residents and stakeholders later this year. Feedback from this engagement together with further consultation with Barnet Council will inform the development of the final Masterplan scheduled for completion by later this year.