Lauderdale Park Play Area

Closed 1 Feb 2024

Opened 22 Jan 2024



What would you like to see in the renewed Lauderdale Park Play Area?

East Lothian Council has allocated some external funding to renew Lauderdale Park Play Area, Dunbar, as the existing play equipment needs to be replaced. Our aim is to provide a challenging, exciting, and inclusive play space for toddlers to teens (age range 0 – 15), with a range of abilities, to play and hang out.

We would like to ensure that the new Lauderdale Park Play Area meets local needs and to involve people, particularly children and young people, in its development. This consultation gives opportunities for a range of play equipment options to be considered and prioritised, which we will aim to deliver within the budget available.

Please note that the new play area will also feature seating / benches and bins as well as inclusive and accessible rubber safety surfacing on the ground. We will also take account of the feedback we have already received, including through our recent ‘East Lothian Play Sufficiency Assessment’ consultation.


Why your views matter

The feedback we receive via this consultation will help us to ensure that the new improved play area will represent local views and meet local needs as best as possible. We may not be able to provide everything you would like to see, but we’ll do our best to include as wide a range of new play experiences as possible, for a range of ages and abilities.

Thank you for taking part in this consultation, we value your contribution and look forward to delivering an improved and community steered Play Area.

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