New Play Area at Lawn Road, Eastleigh

18 November 2020

Eastleigh Borough Council is carrying out a major refurbishment of the play area at Lawn Road in Eastleigh, with the aim of creating ‘a play area in a garden’ to improve the area for local children and families.

As part of this work Bloor Homes and Vistry Homes, coordinated by Jackson Rowe, contributed to the scheme by arranging for the delivery and on-site engineering of a large quantity of soil. Together with additional soil from the Boorley Park development, Kamm Civil Engineering have constructed several mounds of differing heights to enhance the general appearance of what was previously a flat site.  The largest mound will be used as a setting for new play equipment, including a four-metre drop slide, maximising play value.

Mark Ellison of Eastleigh Borough Council said, “The Council would like to thank Bloor Homes, Vistry Homes and Jackson Rowe for their contribution to this project.”

The attached drawing is subject to revisions following public consultation.

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