Bassetlaw Council are asking for suggestions on Langold Country Park Masterplan
Bassetlaw District Council is asking the public how they would like to see Langold Country Park evolve in the coming years as part of new consultation.
A draft Masterplan for the Country Park has been created, which sets out some improvements that could further enhance one of the district’s most popular attractions.
Some of the most important aspects of the Masterplan includes how the park’s heritage, which goes back 200 years, can be celebrated in highly visible and imaginative ways.
The Masterplan will also look into how members of the community can become more active in sustaining and maintaining the park’s wildlife, and creating different access routes into the park for vehicles and addressing parking issues.
Cllr Julie Leigh, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods said: “Langold Country Park is one of the most popular open spaces in Bassetlaw and as part of our ambition to ensure that the park continually improves, we have drafted a Masterplan that will help to shape what happens in the park over the coming years.
“We want to know what local residents and users of the park think about these initial ideas, collect comments and use this feedback to shape the next stage of this process.
“Please be a part of the consultation, give us your honest views and have your say.”
The consultation will run over four weeks starting on Monday, September 20 until Sunday, October 17.