The project has been 4 years in the making and has been funded by Pennine Housing and SITA. The project working group included:
– FLARA Group (Field Lane All Residents Association), a group working to see and implement improvement within the local area
– Pennine Housing Association – Land owners on which site was developed, and operate and manage a lot of the local housing in the area
– Calderdale Council – responsible for the Inspection/Maintenance of the facility
– Newground – Architects commissioned to deliver the project
The project included the new #ParkourPark including surfacing, in addition to a new youth shelter and supplementary equipment including bins/benches/signage and planters.
The introduction of the facility will hopefully provide a better community cohesion and also provide opportunities to the children, families & young people in the locality to #GiveParkourAGo, as well as engaging in more activities, improve their health and well being and hopefully reduce anti-social behaviour.