Greensmill, Nottingham

  • RangeDesign & Installation
  • Budget£130,000
  • Completion2009

Our Solution

Park Leisure’s design has a central science and mathematical theme with bespoke equipment created specifically for the project. The equipment actively targets the 8-13 year olds with an emphasis on challenging climbing structures. The use of a variety of safety surfacing including play bark and gravel and a sympathetic design has created a synergy between the new equipment and the existing natural elements of the park.


Features

Bespoke Mathematical Play Equipment

Project Background

In partnership with Nottingham City Council Park Leisure unveiled a £130,000 play area funded through the DCSF’s Pathfinder program.

Greensmill play area is named after the 19th Century mathematician and physicist George Green and this unique history was a key factor in the concept design.

Key Requirements

 

Customer Feedback

“Due to the historic significance of the area and George Green’s legacy, it was important to provide an area that was stimulating and challenging for children whilst also providing educational value.”

Simon Hunter, Play Development Officer for Nottingham City Council

“Greensmill play area required a highly specific approach and attention to detail and we are delighted with the finished result!

Park Leisure listened to what we wanted and provided a truly bespoke and well thought out design which has been enthusiastically received by the local community.”

Simon Hunter, Play Development Officer for Nottingham City Council

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