Alisha at Priors Park

Save Priors Park

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The stretch of green space accessed via Imjin Road from Priors Road has a range of names, but one thing it doesn't have is an official designation in the local plan as a Green Space.

Cheltenham's local plan helps to shape how land in Cheltenham is used. From building new schools to deciding where homes should be built, the plan shapes what's constructed in and on in Cheltenham.

We believe that Priors Park is a much-loved community green space, utilized by residents across the Priors and Oakley areas for everything from dog walking to youth sports. However, in order to maintain its current status and protect it from development, it needs to be officially designated as a Green Space in the local plan.

To achieve this goal, we've drafted an official response to the consultation on the next Local Plan, making the case for why we should safeguard this beloved green space. But, we need your support to demonstrate local backing for preserving the park.

Please sign the petition to endorse our campaign for a Green Space designation for Priors Park.

Save Our Park

We the undersigned support the campaign to protect Priors Park from development and designate it as a Green Space in the next local plan for future generations to enjoy.

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