Southwark Council have announced construction of the Burgess Park West project is due to begin in late October.
The plan shows what areas of the site Southwark Council intends to close and for how long.
Rust Square and the area next to it up to where the road Addington Square crosses the park will be closed for the duration of the project.
Trees earmarked for removal will be felled in Site A during the week beginning 5 February.
The rest of the site will have smaller sites set up within it while works are carried out and Southwark do not expect to close this area all at once.
New Church Road closure
Southwark Council will close the section on New Church Road that runs through the park. The road will no longer be accessible from Monday 4th December. Southwark apologises for any inconvenience caused. The new Quietway 7 cycle pathway which will cut through the park will be built as an alternative route. It is expected to open in spring 2018.
Consultations on the Burgess Park West new play area will take place on:
Tuesday 28 November 3.30 to 5pm Chumleigh Gardens play area, next to the Park Life café, off Albany Road. If the weather is poor the consultation will be inside the Chumleigh West building, which will be signposted from the play area.
Monday 4th December 6pm to 8pm Southwark Council’s offices 160 Tooley Street, SE1 2QH
Drop by to see the emerging design which has taken into account previous consultation results, and tell the designers your ideas and opinions.
If you cannot attend either session and are still interested in the play area design, please get in touch with Pippa Krishnan email@example.com