A royal strategy for play


Date: September 2012
Borough: Wesminster/Kensington and Chelsea


With 14 playgrounds to manage in some of the highest profile public parks in London, The Royal Parks decided that a more strategic approach was needed to create a coherent vision for play, establish priorities and better direct effort and resources. The agency produced its first play strategy in summer 2012.

London Play was invited to see the current play offer and talk about what the strategy will mean for the future of play in its domains.

Download the full case study below.

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