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All Parks & Open Spaces​

Select a park or green space from the map below. If you require further information on environmental planning, please visit our Environmental Planning Pages​​.​

Gloucester has a number of neighbourhood equipped play areas in the following locations:​

Alney Island

Barnwood Arboretum

Coney Hill Park​

Green Farm Orchard

Glevum Way Park

Hempsted Meadows

Horbere

Hucclecote Meadows

Hempsted Recreation Ground

Holmleigh Park

Longlevens Playing Field

Milton Avenue

Napier Street

Parry Road

Paygrove Lane

Baneberry Road

St. James Park

The Lannett

Gloucester Park

Alma Place

Armscroft Park

Duncroft Road open space

Evans Walk

Greyhound Gardens​ O​pen Space

King George V Playing Field

Lobleys Drive Open Space

Manor Park

Randwick Park

Scott Avenue

Sebert Street Open Space

The Oaks - Monk Meadow

Woolstrop Way

Druids Oak

Bristol Road

Waterwells Play Area

Bakers Field

Field Court Drive

Clock Tower Park​ ​​​

Quedgeley Arboretum

Robinswood Hill

Saintbridge Pond

Open space strategy

The Open Space Strategy for Gloucester (2014-2019) was approved in April 2014. The document sets out information on the city’s parks and open spaces and includes an action plan identifying priorities for shaping and managing the spaces in the future.​

Open Space Approved Strategy

Organising an event or booking a sports pitch on council land

If you want to hold an event or book a sports pitch on land owned by the council please click here

​Small areas of un-adopted/un-owned/un-managed areas of land

There are small areas of land throughout the City that often as part of the development process have not been taken on by a public body or management company. These areas can become a nuisance because they over grow the highway or indeed someone else’s private property. They may just appear untidy and unkempt.

Sometimes the best way forward is for an individual or community group to take ownership. If this is something you think you may wish to pursue, then please contact the Environmental Planning Manager on 396829 who will be able to advise you on how to go about it. If there is an overriding public safety or highway reason then the City or County Council may take it on, again contact the Environmental Planning Manager for more information.

Dog fouling

Information about dog fouling can be found here 

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