The Wimbledon Master Plan sets out the All England Club's vision for the future of the Club’s grounds and is a framework against which new development will be assessed and refined.
In the video above, All England Club Chairman Philip Brook discusses the origins and vision for the Wimbledon Master Plan.
In April 2013 the AELTC invited neighbours to a presentation of the Wimbledon Master Plan to outline the proposals for the future of the Grounds over the coming years, as illustrated in the prospectus document.
The initial presentation was followed by three smaller workshops to provide additional opportunities for all neighbours to review the proposals in more detail, to speak directly with the consultant team and to ask questions and express views on the Master Plan. This was very useful and, together with ongoing discussions with Residents’ Associations, is helping to inform the AELTC's thinking as we refine and develop the Wimbledon Master Plan and its component projects.
As things have progressed we have kept a record of the key issues raised together with our initial responses and a summary of those issues and responses, together with a detailed inventory of every question asked. Click to view a PDF of this document.
The AELTC anticipates that a second round of consultation will be held in spring 2014.
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