Swan Park set for an overhaul

by Brighton Council

It’s been a long time coming, but designs for Swan Park (on the corner of Lamprill Circle and Calvert Crescent in Herdsmans Cove) have been finalised and construction is due to commence early in 2023.

Brighton Council have been working closely with design company Playstreet and local community members to de­sign a multi-purpose pocket park that will add life to an open patch of grass on the fringes of the Jordan River. The otherwise unused area will come to life as a space for the community to meet, relax and spend time outdoors.

Following strong commu­nity engagement back in May, a final design has been developed. The park will be fenced, with a lawn, access paths and nature-based play elements. Swings and a flying fox will keep the kids busy, with a table and seating mak­ing it a nice spot for a picnic or get together.

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