Stonegrove Park: Junior play area refurbishment consultation

Closed 3 Mar 2017

Opened 3 Feb 2017

Feedback expected 26 May 2017


The council is planning to carry out a refurbishment of the junior play area in Stonegrove Park in Edgware.  We have been  working with local residents and our play contractor to draw up proposals for new equipment which can be installed in the play area. The residents usage of the park and needs for the pay area have been reflected in the choices of equipment.

Two designs have been drawn up following  the consultation events held in the park last summer and autumn. Design one was created following the first consultation event held in summer 2016. This design was then displayed at the second event held in autumn 2016. Feedback from this event has resulted in the creation of Design two.

We would like to find out how you use the park and  then hear your views on the two designs, in particular the placing of the fence around the play area and which design you prefer.

Why We Are Consulting

We want to ensure that these improvements are in line with the needs of the community.  We are keen to give everyone the opportunity to have their say on our proposals before our plans are finalised and delivered.

Your views and opinions are important to us and will help us to make the right decisions.

What Happens Next

The consultation has now closed and the council is currently analysing the results.

All the responses from the consultation will be taken into account and the Greenspaces Team will then decide which improvements will be delivered.

The council will publish the findings here and will also let you know how we are acting on the results of the consultation under ‘We asked, You said, We did.’


  • Edgware


  • Anyone from any background


  • Citizens' satisfaction
  • Democracy and participation
  • Children and young people
  • Health and well being
  • Sport and keep fit
  • Parks and green spaces