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Managed by the Greater London Authority (GLA), the park was opened in November 2000, at which point it was London's largest new riverside park in over 50 years. With abundant wildlife, picnic and children's play areas, a basketball court, and a visitor’s pavilion and café (due to open soon) featuring impressive views of the river and Thames Barrier.

This year the park celebrates its 20th birthday. The GLA, as the landowner, is keen to hear from the community on how the park might be improved.

In the summer local people told us that making public spaces greener is a key priority.

As a result, a wide range of greening initiatives are planned for the Royal Docks in the months and years ahead, including a project to improve and enhance Thames Barrier Park.  Do you have any ideas or suggestions?  If so, we’d love to hear them. Please complete the following short 3 minute questionnaire.
 
This consultation closes on 15 March 2020.

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* 1. How often do you use the park?

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* 2. Why do you use Thames Barrier Park? (tick all that apply)

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* 3. What do you like most about Thames Barrier Park? (tick all that apply)

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* 5. What types of improvements would you like to see? (tick your top 3)

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