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Car Parking – local consultation

FOWP has carried out a survey of households in Revelstoke Road, to see how they feel about various measures that have been suggested or proposed in relation to the car parking in Wimbledon Park, and traffic in the approach to the park. You can see the results of the consultation via the link below: Results [...]

2013-12-08T18:36:08+00:00December 8th, 2013|

Car park proposal thrown out!

Merton councillors last night threw out their own planning officers’ proposal to make permanent the summer car park extension at the Revelstoke Road entrance to the park. The decision is the vindication of a long campaign by FOWP and widespread opposition among local residents. The proposal involved adding 52 new parking spaces, speed humps and [...]

2013-10-11T14:33:44+01:00October 11th, 2013|

Car Park Consultation Questionnaire

A consultation letter has been prepared and sent to residents of Revelstoke Road. We would be interested to hear the views of others living near the park. Please click on the link below to download and print the letter and questionnaire. Car Park consultation letter to residents

2013-10-03T07:03:36+01:00October 3rd, 2013|

Proposed Car Park Extension

In spite of strong opposition Merton Council continues to push for approval for additional car parking in Grade II listed Wimbledon Park and the planning committee will discuss the proposals this week. Friends of Wimbledon Park (FOWP) has spoken out strongly against the proposals and will seek to make representations at the planning meeting. We [...]

2018-08-07T17:22:51+01:00September 1st, 2013|

Battle over car park continues

London Borough of Merton has announced a third round of consultation on its plan for a permanent extension to the Revelstoke Road The 'temporary' car park as it is now. entrance car park, and FOWP is urging residents to submit their views yet again. The latest consultation is due to a new traffic [...]

2018-08-07T17:22:51+01:00April 22nd, 2013|
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