Shape the future of Burgess Park
Burgess Park landscape master plan
Our landscape master plan will ensure we approach the future park developments in the best way possible. It covers elements such as park entrances, play equipment, sports facilities, heritage, buildings, ecology, cycling and lighting.
The plan was created in 2010 and updated in 2014 and 2015 based on feedback from three public consultations. You can download the final master plan (pdf, 4.3mb).
Burgess Park Property Master Plan
Our property master plan is aligned to the landscape masterplan and will ensure we approach the management of the buildings in the park in the best way possible. It covers all the key buildings in the park including the old library bath and wash house, sports centre and the Chumleigh Almshouses. The plan was created in 2016 and updated in 2017. You can download the final building master plan (pdf, 4mb).
A feasibility study has also been undertaken with regard the old library bath and wash house. You can download the final report (pdf, 32.3mb).
Phase 1 - completed
The delivery of the first phase of the master plan was completed in 2012, with £8million worth of improvements carried out across the north and east sections of the park (partly funded by the Mayor of London's Help A London Park Fund).
Phase 2 - completed
The BMX track London opened in 2013.
Phase 3 - underway
We're now delivering phase 3 of the improvements, which includes a number of projects:
We'd like to thank all those who participated in previous Burgess Park consultations. More than 2,000 responses have been received and have helped shaped the plans for the future of the park.
If you'd like to be kept up to date about these projects and others in Burgess Park, contact us to join the project mailing list.
Page last updated: 12 June 2019