Improving grounds at West Norwood Health and Leisure Centre

14 March 2018

Written by: Lambeth Council

Better Lambeth - Consultations - Environment - Focus on Norwood - Opportunities

We are proposing some changes to the grounds at WNHLC to improve the safety and cleanliness of the area for children and to attract natural wildlife while maintaining a green space for our community to use.

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When the Health and Leisure Centre was first built, the intention was to provide an open play area, and a surrounding wildflower meadow. Unfortunately, the fact that the play area is unfenced means that some people walk their dogs in the area, resulting in dog fouling.


Whilst we have taken steps to make sure the area is regularly cleaned, this is not a long term sustainable solution. The wildflower meadow was cut back some years ago and is now an open lawn area.

We welcome you to take a look at our proposals and have your say at: West Norwood Health and Leisure Centre consultation.

Consultation runs from 13 March to 6 April 2018. Have your say now!

No online access? collect a paper copy of our survey by visiting the West Norwood Health and Leisure Centre.