Ladywell Fields :: Shared Description
Ladywell Fields is an area of flood plain around the Ravensbourne river south of Lewisham. It forms a linear park, at the heart of which are the river itself and the Waterlink Way - a surfaced path forming part of National Cycle Route 21.
The northern part of the park was landscaped in 2007, including routing a stream through the park in meandering fashion. This was part of the QUERCUS project Link
using EU money for flood prevention and landscape improvements.
The central and southern sections were improved in the Parklands project in 2010/11, financed by the Housing & Communities Agency and the London Development Agency.
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Created: Tue, 26 Jul 2011, Updated: Tue, 26 Jul 2011
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