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Last week Burgess Park finally re-opened to the public after an £8m transformation project.
At 46 hectares, Burgess Park is one of the largest parks in South London, and has been undergoing a radical transformation since spring 2011. This has included new walkways, woodland, lawns, BBQ areas and a bridge.
Progress on the redesign is on-going however, with many areas of the park still closed off to the public. The grass seed planted in May and June is very much still settling in, and unfortunately this means the expansive lawns are not as lush as visitors might expect.
Have you visited the new Burgess Park? Let us know what you think, and how it compares to the site before regeneration.