Kids dig the new twigs!

3 March 2016

Kids with twigsA bundle of local primary school children piled onto the Woodhouse Urban Park construction site in South Kilburn last week (Thursday 25 February 2016) to help Councillor Margaret McLennan plant a new tree and mark a key milestone in the creation of the new park.

 

Due to open this spring, Woodhouse Urban Park forms an important part of our multi-million pound regeneration of South Kilburn. Located off Albert Road, it was designed in consultation with the local community and will feature modern, sustainable play equipment and furniture along with new trees and plants.

 

For more information about the park and the regeneration programme which will deliver 2,400 new homes, visit www.brent.gov.uk/your-community/regeneration/south-kilburn-regeneration

 

Councillor Margaret McLennan, Lead member for housing and development at Brent Council said: "We had a great time planting the new tree and seeing how the new park is quickly coming to life.

 

"This fantastic new space in South Kilburn will truly benefit the area and will certainly create a better place and a better environment for children to play in. We can't wait for it to open!"