There are many parks in Brent, from formal Victorian gardens to more than 1,000 acres of public open space including Fryent Country Park.
As a council, we design, build, and maintain parks and their features and consult on nature conservation. We are also working hard to encourage biodiversity in our parks and open spaces.
We want everyone to enjoy the parks and open spaces in Brent, for years to come. Please be courteous and considerate of other park users, as well as the environment. We hope that you enjoy visiting our parks and make the most of the facilities on offer.
Please note, the following things are not permitted in our parks:
- use of illegal drugs or psychoactive substances
- consumption of alcohol (unless permitted by the Council)
- littering or illegal rubbish dumping
- flying drones or other model aircraft (unless permitted by the Council)
- driving motor vehicles, including mopeds
- defacing or damaging fixtures including park furniture
- losing control of dogs or walking them in dog-free areas (check signage). To this end, no more than four dogs should be walked at a time
- lighting fires or using barbecues
- using fireworks (unless permission has been obtained from the council)
- urinating or defecating anywhere other than a serviced public toilet
- launching sky lanterns
- putting up gazebos without prior permission
- taking flowers, plants or other wildlife away from the park.
Public Space Protection Orders (or PSPOs) are in place across all of our parks and open spaces to discourage these behaviours and help us to enforce against them.
Information for dog walkers
We love to see you and your pets using the outdoor spaces, we do however, ask that you adhere to the following:
- always keep your dog in sight and under control – if in doubt use a lead
- do not allow you dog to go in playgrounds, multi use games areas and tennis courts
- pick up after your dog
- do not walk more than four dogs together at a time.
If you are aware of anyone not meeting the requirements above please report it to us by emailing email@example.com or call 020 8937 5619.