New London Architecture

North Cator Park, Kidbrooke Village

Built

North Cator Park transforms 3.5h of an existing underused parkland into a biodiverse park for people and wildlife, offering new social places for the local community to grow.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

Highly commended in the PLACEMAKING category 
 
North Cator Park transforms 3.5h of an existing underused parkland into a biodiverse park for people and wildlife, offering new social places for the local community to grow.
 
The redesign includes a new chalk stream which forms the backbone of the landscape approach, connecting the existing waterbodies with a dry riverbed and braided streams and inviting the public to discover the natural environment. 
At the highest and most northerly point of the park, and at the source of the chalk stream we have created a 3,000m3 wild play space creating a biophilic experience for ages 0 to 100.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Greenwich

Size

35000 sq m

Estimated completion

June 2019


Location

1 Old Post Office Ln, London SE3 9BY, UK


Team Credits

Landscape Architect

HTA Design LLP

Client

Berkeley Homes East Thames

Architect

Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands


Last updated on

16/09/2020


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