Love Victoria Park? Have your say on how it could be improved.


Future improvements could be possible to the much loved park with Lottery Funding.

Portsmouth City Council has launched a survey today on the future improvements that could be possible to Victoria Park.

Liberal Democrat councillor Steve Pitt, who is a member of the project board, is encouraging everyone to have their say.

"Victoria Park is a much loved green space. We know that local people love visiting the birds and animals but want to know what else they love about it," Steve said. Cllr Steve Pitt

"We also want to know what they think could be improved, what would make them visit more, what activities could take place, what play equipment may be needed and much more."

The National Lottery Heritage Fund has given the city council money to explore what the park's users would like to see. This is in preparation for a bid of over £2 million to deliver the things that people say they want to see.

"Whether that is renovating the memorials and doing more to explain why they are there, improving the aviary, installing toilets, introducing different planting, we want to hear from everyone and make sure they their views are taken on board," added Cllr Steve Pitt.

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Victoria Park


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