Woodhouse Urban Park - Previous community engagement and consultation events

Final public exhibition

Tuesday 21 July 2015 Kids Session: 4pm-5pm; Adults Session: 5pm-8pm (The kids painted the bird boxes that will be featured in the new park)

We held our final public exhibition to showcase the final designs and displayed 3D models for Woodhouse Urban Park NW6, as part of the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme.

2nd Co-Design Workshop – Play Installation and Planting (Wednesday 25 February 2015) Kids Session 4.30pm-5.30pm and Adults Session 6.30pm-8pm

We held our second co-design workshop and provided the community with an opportunity to discuss options for play and planting.

This involved a presentation of the design development idea for the new urban park following on from the first co-design workshop in November 2014.

This workshop was interactive and also involved looking at 3D model of the park, 3D sketches and images.

Thank you all for taking part in the project your contributions have been beneficial to the projects development.

(3D model is subject to change through design and development).

1st Co-Design Workshop - 13 November 2014 from 4.30pm-7pm

We held our first co-design workshop on Thursday 13 November 2014 from 4.30-7pm to get residents views and ideas on the design of Woodhouse Urban Park.

The event was well attended and we had children from the 5 to 11 year old age group to provide views and build models on the play equipment they would like to see.

Bus Tour – 25 October 2014 from 10am-2pm

Brent Council in partnership with the South Kilburn Trust held a bus tour for our local residents on Saturday 25 October.

We visited two new exciting parks in East London, Three Mills Park and Tumbling Bay Playground in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park; to provide inspiration for the design of Woodhouse Urban Park.

Friends of Woodhouse Urban Park (WHUP) 22 September 2014

Our first meeting was held on the 22 September 2014 and was attended by some of our local residents who expressed an interest in becoming members of the, ‘Friends of Woodhouse Urban Park.’