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Gunnersbury Footpaths - Planned Works 2024

As part of our major improvement works, we would like to inform you that we currently working on plans to reinstate some of the public footpaths at Gunnersbury Park. Some of the improvement works will be funded by the trust and other parts are pending on the approval of the external bids organised by the local authority and National Highways. 

These works are part of ongoing efforts to enhance the safety and accessibility of the park users. The maintenance and repair works will address any existing issues, ensuring that the footpath remains a safe and convenient route for all users.

 Key details on these works are as follows:

  1. Commencement Date: Partial resurfacing works are planned to commence in the first half of 2024.
  2. Duration: The anticipated duration for completion is approximately 6-8 weeks. However, weather conditions and unforeseen circumstances may impact the timeline.
  3. Scope of Work: The initial phase works of the involves resurfacing of footpaths in the North East, East and South East part of Gunnersbury park, fixing uneven surfaces, addressing damages, improving drainage.
  4. Temporary Disruptions in 2024: During this period, there may be temporary closures and disruptions to pedestrian traffic. We kindly ask for your cooperation and understanding whilst we close these areas to improve these footpaths.
  5. Safety Measures: For the safety of the park users, temporary signage or safety barriers will be installed during the works. Meanwhile we have installed a number of warning signs on entrance gates to inform park users to take extra caution when walking on these areas. 

We understand that these works may cause inconvenience, but we believe the long-term benefits of a well-maintained footpath will outweigh the temporary disruptions. 

Your cooperation and understanding are greatly appreciated as we strive to create a safer and more accessible environment for everyone in the local community and the estate team operating here.

Thank you for your continuing support.

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