Little Dorrit Playground and Park

Closes 16 Nov 2020

Opened 12 Oct 2020

Overview

Help us to shape improvements to Little Dorrit Park

Little Dorrit playground and the Peace Garden pocket park is managed by Southwark Council and supported by Bankside Open Spaces Trust. Named after Little Dorrit, a Charles Dickens character, the public playground and small park is situated just north of Marshalsea Road in the London borough of Southwark.

Works to improve the park will begin later this year. Before then, we would like you to shape what these improvements could look like by giving us your views.

A further of round of consultation for this park, taking on board your views is expected to take place in a few months time.

This consultation is open to anyone who lives, works or visits the park.  Help us work out how we can improve Dorrit Park by giving us your views by the closing date of 16 November 2020.

Privacy statement

Southwark Council uses your personal data to record your response to the consultation. Section 1 of the Localism Act 2011 alllows us to do this. The council does not require your permission to process your data and failure to tell us your information may mean that we are unable to process your response. Your personal information will only be used by our Parks Team and Bankside Open Spaces Trust, and will be destroyed after four years.

If you are concerned about how the council uses your personal data or would like to enquire about the personal information we hold on you, please contact us via dpo@southwark.gov.uk or on 020 7525 5000. More information about your rights is available on our website, or via the Information Commissioner (www.ico.org.uk).

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