Redland Green Playground consultation.

The proposals for the Redland Green project cover the following priorities identified in the previous consultation exercise and feedback from school students with regard to the seating area for teenagers:

  • Work to the childrens’ playground to replace failing and failed equipment
  • Seating area for older children (and other members of the public)
  • Repair of paths and road to the farmhouse / allotments
  • Meadow area for wildlife
  • Wildlife information boards

Funding is sufficient for all of these projects to go ahead.

The drawings below show the options for younger children’s play equipment, older children’s play equipment and seating area for teens and others.

Please contact Mark.Owen@bristol.gov.uk to let him know your preferences.
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Younger Play:

two area options presented below: Click on the image to see a larger version

Sand Play: The top two illustrations are of sand play equipment for younger children which will be installed in the sand area. Chose one of these two options.

Multiplay: Below that are four illustrations of toddler and younger children play equipment which will be installed with new safety surfacing within the area shown hatched on the location plan. The option is to have it nearer the entrance and the zip wire/ arial runway or behind the sand pit area nearer to Alderman’s Park apartment building boundary. Chose one of these four options in one of two locations.

Redland Green Younger Play

Older Play:

six options presented: Click on the image to see a larger version

The four top options are off-the-peg pieces of equipment and the bottom two are a kit of parts from which options for different parts for various activities can be chosen.

Chose one of these 6 options: If you favour either of the bottom two types, which activities do you prefer?

 Redland Green Older Play

 Seating: 

Teenscene: an area for teen seating also for older children, teens and other people too!

A natural solution using timber or stone which is not too visually obtrusive in the park is favoured. This would also be more damage and vandalism resistant. It is proposed that it is located nearby the tarmac area outside the fenced children’s play area.

Click on the image to see a larger version

Redland Green Seating

Reminder: comments to mark.owen@bristol.gov.uk preferably by Dec 9th 2013.

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