LUC is working for London Borough of Hackney to produce a detailed masterplan for the improvement of Shoreditch Park.

Local people’s views will be put at the heart of a proposed £2m programme to improve Shoreditch Park. Hackney Council launches a month-long engagement exercise throughout October to find out what they would like to see in the park.
The public events, workshops, information stalls and drop-in sessions taking place across Hoxton and Shoreditch will give people a chance to tell Council officers what they value in the park and what they would like to see improved.
These will include a public event in Shoreditch Park on Saturday 26 October where people can come along and take part in activities to help the Council design an improved park.
While the Council has ambitions to increase biodiversity, and improve entrances, sports and play facilities in the park, it has no fixed plans for how this should happen, and wants local people to input with their ideas.
Once residents have told the Council what they’d like to see, the Council will work with LUC  to design a detailed masterplan, which it will ask residents to feed back on in a consultation early next year.