I think Clause 9 of Sch 4 of the 1992 s106 deed says that the responsibility lies with Kings and Sainsbury's.
This is on numbered page 29 here: [drive.google.com
], taken from here: [www.friendsofdkhwood.org
The "Public Open Space" is St Francis's Park, as shown on the plan at the end.
But the point is a little wider than that: clause 3 sets out the obligations in respect of the park - shrubs, grassed areas, bins, fountains, statues (??). And yes the park has "shrubs" but only in the most basic sense - I think the whole park is covered by that ground hugging evergreen shrub. I can't believe the park represents the hopes and visions of the councillors at the time.
Does anyone believe Meadow will be less cynical?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was april 09, 08:31am by mikeb.