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Belle Vue Park Improvements

Belle Vue Park Concepts

Belle Vue Park Café Design Concept 2022

Draft Design Belle Vue Park Café concept 

Belle Vue Park CGI

View Belle Vue Park CGI of Entrance

Belle Vue Park Concepts 2021

Local residents, visitors, businesses and stakeholders were able to feedback on the proposed park improvements. The opportunity to give feedback ended on Monday 1 November 2021.

These proposals were produced for the Council by HBS Architects.

The consultation boards were on public display at Belle Vue Park on the 15 and 16 October 2021, and in the window of the ex-Fanboo Salon (Unit 12) in Borehamgate Precinct. 

Please use the link below to access a copy of the consultation boards:

View the Belle Vue Park consultation boards

Thank you to all those who gave feedback in person, via the survey or in writing. The responses gave a general indication of higher and lower importance elements within the concepts produced for the Council to consider.

Read a summary of the feedback received

We have now assessed all feedback received, towards developing a five year phased plan for improvements to the park. Some improvements may begin in Spring or Summer 2022. Some of the feedback’s suggested activities or facilities may not be viable in the park but may be an option for other areas of the town in the future.

Read a summary the Council's assessment of feedback responses

Access background statistical information to the survey responses via the link below:

Read numerical data about the Belle Vue Park survey respondents

A planning application ref: DC/22/00985 for the main priority elements (including entrance and wall) has been submitted by the Council in February 2022.

This webpage will be regularly updated with key progress so please check back here for the latest news.

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