St Giles Churchyard Consultation 2004

Backdated from previous BA website

St Giles in the Fields vestry room on the 8th September 2004, 6.30 ??? 8.00 pm. Click title to read invitation document

Date:    27 August 2004
Your reference:    St Giles Churchyard
Our reference:
Enquiries to:    Gabi Howard
Tel:    0207 974 4542
Fax:    0207 974 1543

Dear Sir or Madam,

St Giles Churchyard consultation

In early 2004, local ward Councillors met with senior Council Officers and local community representatives to discuss the Churchyard.  It was agreed that a consultation programme would be led by the Council to examine the use and design of the site.

A few years ago the site’s infrastructure (a new toddler’s playground, paths and park furniture) was improved.  Recently, concern has been raised that St Giles’ Churchyard has become under pressure from its wide range of uses.  It may be that the Churchyard is not yet living up to its full potential in terms of what it offers to the local community as an open space.

The consultation will aim to investigate the issues described above and any other issues the local community, stakeholders and users may identify.  From this we may look to identify some potential improvements to St Giles’ Churchyard for the future.

We are aware of, and will look to build on the results and outcomes of the St Giles’ Community planning event that was held in February 2004.

I am writing to individuals who have already shown an interest in St Giles’ Churchyard and representatives from groups listed on the Council database under relevant headings.  A list of groups and contacts invited follows this letter and I would appreciate any additional contacts you would like to suggest.

I would like to invite you to an initial meeting at St Giles’ in the Fields vestry room on the 8th September 2004, 6.30 – 8.00 pm.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to discuss the project or would like any more information.

Yours sincerely,

Gabi Howard (020 7974 4542)
Projects and Development Officer
Parks and Open Spaces

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