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Burngreen Park Regeneration

Client
North Lanarkshire Council

Project Description
The preparation of detailed design proposals, public consultation, preparation of drawings and costs to support a stage 2 Heritage Lottery ‘Parks for People’ application for Burngreen Park, Kilsyth. Following this successful application the project was implemented in 2010. The Park is located within a Conservation Area and includes notable cast-iron work, including bandstand, fountain and bridges all requiring careful restoration.

Key Issues
The Park has been subject to many interventions over time. Whilst many would be regarded as positive, others could be viewed as being detrimental to the character and quality of the space. A rationalisation and upgrading of the footpath system was required, together with detailed planting plans of high horticultural value, utilising species complementary to the age and character of the Park. As a well loved space these proposals required to be developed particularly sensitively.

Services Provided:

  • Preparation of display material for consultation
  • Historical research and collation of information
  • Stage 2 HLF Conservation Management Plan
  • Detailed design of hard and soft spaces
  • Management of specialist sub-consultants
  • Implementation of works on site.

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Burngreen Park Bandstand Restoration

Burngreen Park Regeneration