The Regeneration of Brooke Park is a major project commissioned by Derry City and Strabane Council and funded by a combination of the Heritage Lottery Fund, Derry City and Strabane Council and the Department of Social Development (DSD).
Derry City and Strabane District Council has appointed Woodvale Construction to deliver the Regeneration of Brooke Park. The £5.6 m project will see a total transformation and regeneration of Brooke Park including its parkland, sports and leisure facilities and when completed, will build on the recently completed Phase 1 of the Outdoor Events Area last year. The development programme includes a state of the art Play Garden and Gwyn’s Pavilion, a synthetic Pitch, Horticulture Training Centre and Contract Sports Centre and the restoration of other historic park features such as the oval pond and gate lodge.
The public are advised that in order to facilitate the contract, Brooke Park will have limited public access, a through access only will be maintained through the park for users with access points on Rosemount Avenue, Infirmary Road, Stewarts Terrace and Daly’s Crescent.
The contract for works is estimated to take 15 months which will see the regenerated park completed by the summer of 2016.