Have your say today on two open spaces in Whitton

This Is Local London: Whitton High Street: But what about Murray Park and Chase Green? Whitton High Street: But what about Murray Park and Chase Green?

It is time to have your say on how two opens spaces in Whitton can be improved.

Richmond Council is asking people to put forward their ideas for how to make the most of Murray Park and Chase Green.

Council cabinet member for environment Councillor Pamela Fleming described Richmond as “the most beautiful borough in the capital”.

She added: “Through extensive consultations such as the All in One survey, residents stated that parks and green spaces were their top priority.

“This is precisely why we continue to invest millions of pounds into our parks and open spaces through the parks improvement programme.

“The more responses we receive the better placed we will be to ensure these areas continue to meet local needs.”

To make a suggestion, you can speak to representatives from the Children’s Play Advisory Service, who will be in Murray Park on February 1 between 11am and noon.

Children will have the opportunity to be consulted by being interviewed if accompanied by a parent or carer.

The advisory service will later be in Chase Green from 1pm to 2pm.

Alternatively you can complete a survey on the council's website, richmond.gov.uk.


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