Normand Park has won a Landscape Institute Award.
The Fulham park reopened in July 2008 after a £3m revamp led by the council, neighbourhood regeneration programme North Fulham New Deal for Communities (NDC) and Arts Council England.
David Bowler, Director of the NDC, said: “We’re delighted for Normand park to have won this award as it recognises the strong, vital role the community have played, in their partnership with council, to design, develop and deliver an innovative park for all. The enhancement of Normand Park is a great example of the long term dedication shown by our community to improving life in the local area for everyone, and represents a key part of the NDC programme’s legacy”.
The Landscape Institute Awards encourage and recognise outstanding examples of work by the landscape profession. The award was presented to the council’s architect, Kinnear Landscape Architects.