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Parks and open spaces in Hammersmith and Fulham

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Parks and open spaces in Hammersmith and Fulham

Wormholt Park in spring 2013
Shepherds Bush Common in spring 2013

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, an Inner London borough, has 231 hectares of parks and open spaces that are accessible to the general public, 159 hectares being within parks and 52.5 hectares within cemeteries and churchyards.[1] Wormwood Scrubs and Scrubs Wood, located in the north of the Borough account for 42 hectares [2] and Fulham Palace and Bishop's Park grounds contain another 14 hectares of open space.[3] Private open space includes Hurlingham, Fulham and Queen's Club in West Kensington.

The main areas of open space in the Borough are:

and two Thames riverside developments, under creation at:

  • Imperial Wharf, Fulham
  • Hammersmith Embankment

External links

  • Hammersmith & fulham parks and open space: notes


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