Stanmer Park Restoration Project - News and updates
Welcome to our page giving latest news and updates from the Stanmer Park Restoration Project.
We are due to start construction in early 2019.
- Find out more about this major project on the main Stanmer Park Restoration Project web page.
Project update bulletins
Read project updates issued so far here:
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We expect the next update to be issued in February 2019.
The restoration project story so far
Follow the project's progress by reading the news stories below. These are presented in reverse date order, with the most recent first:
- "Talking Trees" - information and invitation to comment on draft Stanmer Woodland Management Plan (January 2018)
- Council takes action on inconsiderate parking (November 2017)
- New lease of life for felled elms (October 2017)
- Stanmer Park restoration - plus explanatory video (April 2017)
- City celebrates as Parks for People says 'yes' to Stanmer park (January 2017) - Announcement of the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund £3.75m funding award
- Stanmer Park plans move closer as council submits Heritage Lottery Fund bid (September 2016)
- Stanmer Park consultation (March 2016)
- Next steps to secure Stanmer's future (January 2016)
- "Lottery says 'yes' to Stanmer Park" - Announcement of the successful Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund development funding bid (January 2015)
- Bid to bring Stanmer's 18th Century landscape to a 21st Century audience (November 2014)
- Clarification over Stanmer Park improvements (April 2014)
- Masterplan to fulfil Stanmer's potential announced (January 2014)
- Have your say on future of historic Stanmer Estate (June 2013)
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