Chivalry Road Playground, Phase 2 Consultation

Closed 10 Mar 2019

Opened 11 Feb 2019

Results Updated 15 Apr 2019

Thank you to all those who responded to the consultation. The results from this consultation can be found here.

For further details about the final design and information about the next stage of renovation works, please click here.




During an initial round of consultation in February to March 2018, we asked for your views on a range of different types of equipment for Chivalry Road Playground. We would now like to hear your views to help decide on the final design for the refurbished playground.

Based on the results of the first round of consultation, three designs have been developed. You can find out more about the designs below:

As Chivalry Road Playground is on Common Land, we have strict guidelines regarding what can be done, which has also informed the three designs.

The style and height of any new equipment has to be sympathetic to the area and it will have to be appropriate for the age range of intended use. For Chivalry Road Playground the intended age range is for children aged 2 to 16 years.

What happens next?

Once this consultation has closed, all of the feedback will be carefully considered to decide on the final design. The final design will then be submitted for planning approval.

Whilst every attempt will be made to construct the final design to plan, certain elements may have to be altered during the implementation stage due to unforeseen technical or logistical issues.

Drop-in Sessions

We are holding two drop-in sessions at Ark Bolingbroke Academy, Wakehurst Road, SW11 6BF where you can ask us any questions you might have about the consultation:

  • Wednesday 13 February 2019, 5.30pm-7.30pm
  • Saturday 2 March 2019, 12pm to 3pm

To view a copy of our flyer for these drop-in sessions, please click here.

Have your say

You can access the online survey below, but if you would like a paper copy, please contact use at

Please be advised that the consultation closes on 10th March 2019.


  • Northcote Ward


  • Open to all


  • Wandsworth Borough