Old Deer Park

Old Deer Park

Update 31/03/2018

Richmond Council have published the finalised Supplementary Planning Document for the Old Deer Park. You can see the final version here: http://www.richmond.gov.uk/media/15524/old_deer_park_spd.pdf

We are pleased to see our comments have been considered, including acknowledging that the community would like to see access between the Kew Road and the towpath through the Old Deer Park opened up if possible,  though we understand there are real  practical difficulties in achieving this .

Update 02/02/2018

The Old Deer Park Group, on which the Kew Society is represented, has submitted comments on the Supplementary Planning Document broadly supporting it and asking for some changes and clarifications. This includes the reference to the Royal Botanic Gardens Landscape Management Plan which is out of date. You can see the full response here:

http://www.richmondsociety.org.uk/docs/ODPG/ODPG_Response_22Jan2018_Supplementary_Development_Plan.pdf

Update 04/01/2018

Richmond Council has launched a consultation on the future planning framework for the Old Deer Park in Richmond. The Kew Society has participated in the Old Deer Park Working Group for more than five years, and will be submitting its response in January.

We encourage you to respond as well, or to feed back any comments to us via email at odp@richmondsociety.org.uk. The deadline for responses is Monday 22nd January 2018.

The Draft Supplementary Planning Document that provides the starting point for the consultation can be found on the Richmond ‘Have your say’ website.

You can respond online via this Richmond ‘Have your say’ link.

To support the consultation, the Council is running two drop-in events, as follows:

On 6 Jan 2018 from 09:30 to 13:30 at the Pools on the Park, TW9 2SF.
On 11 Jan 2018 from 16:00 to 20:00 at the Richmond Adult Community College TW9 2RE.

Update 02/12/2016

The Old Deer Park Group of which we are members has submitted comments on options for improvement works. Old Deer Park, ODPG Response on emerging SPD, 4 November 2016

The next stage will be consultation by Richmond Council on a draft Supplementary Planning Docucument (SPD)

Update 07/10/2016

Richmond Council are now consulting on planning guidelines for The Old Deer Park Conservation area. You can complete an online survey, by 4 November, to give your own views and take a look at exhibitions showing what is proposed. See the consultation document, dates and venues to see the proposals and on-line survey form here: https://consultation.richmond.gov.uk/consultation/old-deer-park 

As part of the Old Deer Park Working Group we will be considering comments from the Kew Society.

 

Update 23/05/2015

Richmond Council have started a consultation on a Supplementary Planning Document for the Old Deer Park. You can complete a survey on line and take part in a drop-in sessions and a walkabout. The survey and details of the walkabout are here

Old Deer Park Working Group

Update 14/01/2015

The Working Group on which we are represented are looking at proposals from the Council for the use of the Old Deer Park as part of the Rugby World Cup from 16th September to 31 October this year. This will be a major event for the Borough with implications being worked through now by the Council for transport and other issues.

Update 09/02/2013

The Old Deer Park Working Group, consisting of the Richmond Society, the Kew Society, the Friends of Richmond Green, the Friends of Old Deer Park and the St Margaret’s Estates Residents Association, met to discuss their latest submission to Richmond Council and Crown Estates, setting out their concerns about the anomalies in boundary definitions.

The Group are seeking to implement the issues raised in the report by Kim Wilkie: “The Old Deer Park, Richmond – A framework for Future Conservation”.

Old Deer Park, Richmond – A framework for Future Conservation

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EVENTS

Event Information:

  • Wed
    07
    Mar
    2018
    6.45pm for 7pm startThe National Archives

    A316, early days.

    Paul Velluet, President of the Richmond Local History Society, Chartered Architect and former Assistant Regional Director of English heritage, has kindly agreed to give a talk to The Kew Society entitled “Richmond Divided”, on the building of the A316 that promises to be both fascinating and enlightening.

    The presentation will include archived maps, going back to the 1700’s and photographs from the 1930’s cataloguing each stage of the roads development and the necessary demolition of existing housing stock.

    As we drive, cycle and attempt to navigate the A316 on foot, we might now be much more likely to take notice of the evidence of the distant past along its route. 

    Tickets available on the door.

    Kew Society members £3, Non-members £6