Friends of Burgess Park website

Don’t miss Southwark Council’s consultation about the next Burgess Park developments:

Phase 3 Consultation Displays 

The consultation display about Phase 3, the cycling plans plus the southern entrance/Southampton Way designs and toilets at Chumleigh Gardens and the fishing clubhouse are on display in the Sports Centre and will also be put up in the Tennis Centre

Plans for Southern entrance and toilets  plus link to the consultation questionnaire

You can also go online to view the proposed ideas and share your views. Visit www.southwark.gov.uk/burgesspark to find out more.

See the outputs from the Wells Way Pop Up creative consultation event in November. Join the conversation on the blog: http://letstalkburgesspark.wordpress.com/

Cycling routes through Burgess  Park

Southwark Council is consulting on the new borough cycling strategy. The big idea is a cycle route down the middle of the borough which needs to cross Burgess Park. Consultation taking place on line, at events and through an inter-active map where people can comment on cycle related issues across the borough. The cycle consultation runs to the end of January.

More consultation … Peckham Square  

Peckham Square Co-Design is a project  commissioned by Southwark Council to envision a better future for Peckham Square. Consultations and workshops to get views for improvement. Carl Turner Architects first workshop on Thursday 18th Dec 6pm-7.30pm at Peckham Platform on Peckham Square 

Jowett Street park

New planting and seating will soon be going into Jowett Street park, Surrey Canal Walk following consultation in the autum. A number of events will take including bulb adnd tree planting, find out more about the Friends’ Jowett Street park project.

Bridge to Nowhere history project

The Bridge to Nowhere heritage project involved loads of people to learn more about the history and heritage of Burgess Park. We have inaugurated the new Wells Way underpass artwork – a reminder of the main feature of the area which lead to the creation of the park – the Grand Surrey Canal. And we have launched the new Burgess Park Heritage Trail. Look out for the blue plaques around the park, use your smart phone either, so you can see how we’ve blended the old and the new to help you find out more about your local area.

Find out more about the history of the park and download you own map 

Bridge to Nowhere - long logo

Passmore Edwards Library, wash & bath house

Identifying future use for the buildings to contribute to Burgess Park

Environment projects and volunteering

Monthly environmental volunteering – dig the park – find out what is happening