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Public talks on Vicky Park draw to an end

PUBLISHED: 18:24 10 March 2008 | UPDATED: 13:06 05 October 2010

PUBLIC consultations on the future of Victoria Park ended on Monday (March 10). A new master plan is being drawn up by Town Hall bosses to decide how it will look for the next decade. A road show of ideas has already toured the East End giving people a chance to ask questions and say what they want

PUBLIC consultations on the future of Victoria Park ended on Monday (March 10).

A new 'master plan' is being drawn up by Town Hall bosses to decide how it will look for the next decade.

A 'road show' of ideas has already toured the East End giving people the chance to ask questions and say what they want.

The ideas include restoring fences, lakes, statues and sprucing up the landscape, which will be used by Tower Hamlets to bid for cash from the Heritage Lottery fund.


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