The Royal Parks manage a number of projects that help to conserve and enhance our world class natural and built environments and ensure the parks are enjoyed by the current and future generations.

Projects range from biodiversity conservation to facility improvements. Find out more about some of the projects below.

Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

Find out about the application for funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery Fund for proposed improvements to the Brompton Cemetery.

Isabella Plantation Access Project

Information about the plans for improving the Isabella Plantation.

Round Pond Improvements - Kensington Gardens

The Round Pond Project aims to recreate the Charles Bridgeman plan of 1734 which showed the Round Pond with formal crisp edging sitting on a plateau to be viewed from Kensington Palace.

Pembroke Lodge Entrance Improvements

The aim of the Pembroke Lodge Entrance Project is to improve the entrance to the lodge from the car park which is used heavily by pedestrians and cyclists.

Pembroke Lodge Rose Garden improvements

The aim of the Pembroke Lodge Rose Garden Project is to redesign the garden as a modern, up-to-date, clearly defined space for regular visitors to Pembroke Lodge.

South Flower Walk - Snake Path, Kensington Gardens

After the successful creation of a lovely space along South Flower Walk at Snobs Crossing, a similar design is being implemented to the west. The area created by Snake Path will be improved to delight visitors.

Victoria Tower Gardens facilities improvement project

Proposals include upgrading the public toilets under Lambeth Bridge, relocation and restoration of the Spicer Memorial, extension of the existing playground and provision of additional play features and a small refreshment kiosk.

Transport for London's cycling routes consultation

Transport for London (TFL) has published a consultation on proposed cycling routes throughout London, including the Royal Parks. Share your views on the provision of cycling routes through the Royal Parks by Friday 14 February.

Play in the Royal Parks

The beautiful settings of our parks offer tremendous opportunities for natural play in the wide range of innovative playgrounds in the parks. Find out about the current improvements playground improvement projects.

Consultation on the future management of the Old Football Pitches, Hyde Park 

The Royal Parks Executive Committee has provided direction on the continuing process of consultation about the future management of the Old Football Pitches at Hyde Park.


Projects

The Royal Parks manage a number of projects that help to conserve and enhance our world class natural and built environments and ensure the parks are enjoyed by the current and future generations.

Projects range from biodiversity conservation to facility improvements. Find out more about some of the projects below.

Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

Find out about the application for funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery Fund for proposed improvements to the Brompton Cemetery.

Isabella Plantation Access Project

Information about the plans for improving the Isabella Plantation.

Round Pond Improvements - Kensington Gardens

The Round Pond Project aims to recreate the Charles Bridgeman plan of 1734 which showed the Round Pond with formal crisp edging sitting on a plateau to be viewed from Kensington Palace.

Pembroke Lodge Entrance Improvements

The aim of the Pembroke Lodge Entrance Project is to improve the entrance to the lodge from the car park which is used heavily by pedestrians and cyclists.

Pembroke Lodge Rose Garden improvements

The aim of the Pembroke Lodge Rose Garden Project is to redesign the garden as a modern, up-to-date, clearly defined space for regular visitors to Pembroke Lodge.

South Flower Walk - Snake Path, Kensington Gardens

After the successful creation of a lovely space along South Flower Walk at Snobs Crossing, a similar design is being implemented to the west. The area created by Snake Path will be improved to delight visitors.

Victoria Tower Gardens facilities improvement project

Proposals include upgrading the public toilets under Lambeth Bridge, relocation and restoration of the Spicer Memorial, extension of the existing playground and provision of additional play features and a small refreshment kiosk.

Transport for London's cycling routes consultation

Transport for London (TFL) has published a consultation on proposed cycling routes throughout London, including the Royal Parks. Share your views on the provision of cycling routes through the Royal Parks by Friday 14 February.

Play in the Royal Parks

The beautiful settings of our parks offer tremendous opportunities for natural play in the wide range of innovative playgrounds in the parks. Find out about the current improvements playground improvement projects.

Consultation on the future management of the Old Football Pitches, Hyde Park 

The Royal Parks Executive Committee has provided direction on the continuing process of consultation about the future management of the Old Football Pitches at Hyde Park.

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The Royal Parks manage a number of projects that help to conserve and enhance our world class natural and built environments and ensure the parks are enjoyed by the current and future generations.

Projects range from biodiversity conservation to facility improvements. Find out more about some of the projects below.

Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

Find out about the application for funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery Fund for proposed improvements to the Brompton Cemetery.

Isabella Plantation Access Project

Information about the plans for improving the Isabella Plantation.

Round Pond Improvements - Kensington Gardens

The Round Pond Project aims to recreate the Charles Bridgeman plan of 1734 which showed the Round Pond with formal crisp edging sitting on a plateau to be viewed from Kensington Palace.

Pembroke Lodge Entrance Improvements

The aim of the Pembroke Lodge Entrance Project is to improve the entrance to the lodge from the car park which is used heavily by pedestrians and cyclists.

Pembroke Lodge Rose Garden improvements

The aim of the Pembroke Lodge Rose Garden Project is to redesign the garden as a modern, up-to-date, clearly defined space for regular visitors to Pembroke Lodge.

South Flower Walk - Snake Path, Kensington Gardens

After the successful creation of a lovely space along South Flower Walk at Snobs Crossing, a similar design is being implemented to the west. The area created by Snake Path will be improved to delight visitors.

Victoria Tower Gardens facilities improvement project

Proposals include upgrading the public toilets under Lambeth Bridge, relocation and restoration of the Spicer Memorial, extension of the existing playground and provision of additional play features and a small refreshment kiosk.

Transport for London's cycling routes consultation

Transport for London (TFL) has published a consultation on proposed cycling routes throughout London, including the Royal Parks. Share your views on the provision of cycling routes through the Royal Parks by Friday 14 February.

Play in the Royal Parks

The beautiful settings of our parks offer tremendous opportunities for natural play in the wide range of innovative playgrounds in the parks. Find out about the current improvements playground improvement projects.

Consultation on the future management of the Old Football Pitches, Hyde Park 

The Royal Parks Executive Committee has provided direction on the continuing process of consultation about the future management of the Old Football Pitches at Hyde Park.