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The Wimbledon Master Plan - Public exhibition

Wimbledon Master Plan - Aorangi Park and No.1 Court
Monday 31 March 2014

The All England Club is holding a public exhibition outlining the Wimbledon Master Plan, the All England Club's vision for the future of the Club’s grounds.

The conceptual Wimbledon Master Plan has been evolving since late 2011 and on the 23 April 2013 the preliminary plans were announced publicly at a press conference. 

The presentation to local residends was held on 23 April, outlining the vision and objectives of the Master Plan. Considerable interest from local residents resulted and it was decided to hold three additional workshop meetings to allow local residents the benefit of smaller audiences in which to be able to raise questions and discuss the proposals, and for the AELTC to receive their feedback. These workshops were held on 23 May, 29 May and 11 June. 

The AELTC has since undertaken to exhibit the Master Plan at the Centre Court Shopping Centre, Wimbledon, on 1 April 2014. Click here to read the exhibit materials

You can read more about the Wimbledon Master Plan in the published prospectus or email masterplan@aeltc.com.



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