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We asked you to share your views on the draft masterplan for Barnet Playing Fields and King George V Playing Fields. This draft masterplan had been informed by the feedback received through the first two phases of public engagement in 2018 where we had asked you what you would most like to see on the site and then what you thought about the facilities, layout and location proposed in the initial draft masterplan. In this latest online engagement, undertaken between 3 June and 28 July 2019, we asked you specifically for your views on the following:
We received 387 responses to the online questionnaire, 32% of which were from under 25 year olds. 70% of respondents said they were either supportive or very supportive of the draft masterplan and 19% said they were either unsupportive or very unsupportive. Of the proposed indoor facilities, all four scored over 67% of respondents support with the café (including toilets) being the most popular facility and of the proposed outdoor facilities, outdoor gym and trim trail, improved pedestrian routes, adventurous play area and toddler play area all scored highly. Less well supported outdoor facilities were the skatepark and Gaelic football pitch and training areas.
70% of respondents said they would be more likely to visit Barnet Playing Fields and King George V Playing Fields if the masterplan was delivered and 57% said they would be more likely to be physically active if the masterplan was delivered.
The key areas of concern on the final draft master plan were: skatepark; green belt land/open space; car park and traffic; and; management, maintenance and security.
As a result of the outcomes of the public consultation further work is currently being undertaken to develop the masterplan for Barnet Playing Fields and King George V Playing Fields.
It is proposed that the final masterplan will form the subject of a report to the meeting of the Council’s Environment Committee on 12 March 2020, seeking approval of the final masterplan.