Plumstead tennis courts to be refurbished

Four tennis courts on Plumstead Common are set to see investment after an application was submitted.

Floodlights are set to be installed alongside resurfacing work.

The plans can be viewed here.

It doesn’t reveal the source of funding, which could be part of £1 million allocated to parks or possibly even from £1 million recently allocated from a covid recovery fund.

To view details of that fund click here.

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    4 thoughts on “Plumstead tennis courts to be refurbished

    • Good news for local tennis players it would be nice to see improvements to the bowling area too. Although the plans do state a new path to the bowling area and other external alterations.

      Hopefully works will be completed by next spring.

    • Great news, tennis courts and basketball courts are crumbling so hopefully this is the first of many. The tennis courts by the hospital have been closed for a year and the basketball court at glydon next to the river t
      Has a ground surface that is in disrepair with tree roots making it completely unusable. Wonder if the same people could duplicate the application for a few other play areas to get it done quickly

    • Definitely good news, as they are heavily used by the local community which is great.

    • That would make sense Matt W.

      It woukd be good to see more of our outside sports facilities and play areas upgraed and made safe around the Borough so the local communities can enjoy them again.while also helping people to get more active.


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