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Maidstone Borough Council has committed to investing £4.3 million in the redevelopment and improvement of Mote Park over the next three years.
The scheme of improvements will have significant benefits to both residents and visitors who enjoy this beautiful award-winning park.
The improvement scheme will be overseen by Kier Construction and will be carried out over three phases of delivery.
Phase 1: The Adventure Zone
Play Area - investment £300K
Skate Park – investment £80K
Phase 2 : Visitor Centre and Facilities
Phase 3 : Improving access in your park
Improved access (footpaths, roadway repairs and surfacing) - investment £375,000
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Maidstone Borough Council will invest over £4.3 million in Mote Park over the next three years to ensure that the park's future is sustainable.
Capital Investment from Maidstone Borough Council.
The play area is scheduled to close after the Easter break and work will take place over a 6- 8 week period. Please check the website for updates.
The overspill car park will be closed from Monday 5 February until the end of March 2018. There is car parking space located in the main car park for visitor use.
Yes. The park will remain open while the improvement work is being carried out. The toilets and café will remain open as with the play area in School lane.
We are removing nine trees (small non-native) and or those in a diseased condition. There is provision to plant an additional 43 trees in the new planting scheme.
The Adventure and Segway Zones will be managed by SERCO. An annual return will be paid to the council to recoup the initial investment made.
The use of Segways will be controlled by our operators Serco and only used in way to ensure that all visitors are still able to enjoy their visit to Mote Park undisturbed.
The additional activities in the adventure will be ticketed. All prices are yet to be confirmed.The additional activities in the adventure will be ticketed. All prices are yet to be confirmed.
The play area has been designed to be fully inclusive and will feature a range of equipment to suit visitors who may have additional accessibility requirements.
The work scheduled to take approximately seven months to complete.
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