Your views on uses for small mansion and stables wanted
Small Mansion building at Gunnersbury Park. Picture: Maxwell Hamilton
A survey which aims to help shape the future of historic buildings in Gunnersbury Park has been extended until 13 July.
Started early in June, it is designed to support a study on the future of the Small Mansion and Stables. The extension of the survey deadline is to reach a wider range of people and obtain more responses.
The restoration and conservation of the Small Mansion and Stables is the next phase in the Gunnersbury Estate Masterplan. The study has been commissioned by the Gunnersbury Museum and Park Development Trust and is being delivered by Jura Consultants with funding support from the Architectural Heritage Fund. A variety of arts and cultural uses for the buildings are being considered.
It is one step in a wider consultation programme and includes questions on Gunnersbury Park and Gunnersbury Park Museum as well as the Small Mansion and Stables.
You can respond whether you are a regular visitor to the park, or if you have not been before. The project team wants to hear from you via the survey which only takes a few minutes to complete. The information you provide will not be attributed to you in any published material.
You can complete the survey here.
If you want to keep in touch about the project, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details.
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June 27, 2020