Open Space Strategy
Adopted 26th February 2007
The City of Westminster Open Space Strategy is a strategy to improve the quality, management, accessibility and usage of parks and other open spaces in the City, and provide new facilities where there are deficits in provision. Well maintained, quality open spaces that are safe and attractive to all, will contribute to Westminster's ambition to be the best place in the UK to live for quality of life and the quality of public services.
The Open Space Strategy is a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) of the Local Development Framework (LDF). The strategy will also link into other strategies such as those for the public realm, play and sport, and wider initiatives such as the Council's Living City programme.
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