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Have your say on improving Richmond's parks
People are being asked how Richmond Council can improve the borough’s parks.
The council hopes a survey, which will be open from October 7 to 20, will allow people to say how green spaces could be improved.
Park officers and contractors will also visit parks to discover any concerns people may have and ways they can be addressed.
Councillor Pamela Fleming, Richmond’s cabinet member for environment, said the borough boasted some of the finest parks in the capital but the council does not want to rest of its laurels.
She said: “It is important that we always strive to improve and therefore feedback from residents is vital.
“This survey hopes to gauge whether residents agree with our investments. I encourage all to have their say.”
To take part in the survey, visit richmond.gov.uk/council_consultations.
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