Riddings Road MUGA Deighton

Brambledown have completed a Multi Use Games Area Construction (MUGA) Play Area in Deighton at Riddings Road on behalf of Groundwork Leeds. The £160,000 Multi Use Games Area, funded in conjunction with Kirklees Council, will provide play area space for local residents of Riddings Road and has been constructed with a tarmac surface with ballcourt acoustic fencing, multi Use Line Markings, Football goal posts, basketball net and security gates. Brambledown have also provided hard Landscaping to the surrounding areas of the MUGA Construction here in Yorkshire to make a very presentable project. The Hard Landscaping included sleeper retainer walls, stone walling, fencing, block paving, earthworks, drainage, seeding, soiling and turfing.

Funding for this Play Area Project in Deighton was proived by various sources including SITA Trust who have awarded a grant of £58,700 and The Veolia Environmental Trust who have awarded £37,829. Both of these grants have been awarded through the Landfill Communities Fund. Deighton and Brackenhall Initiative (DBI) have also awarded £47,874 towards the work.

The upgraded facilities were earmarked for Riddings Road estate by DBI in 2012. Leeds Groundwork Trust undertook a survey of local residents, particularly children and teenagers.


Afterriddings road leeds MUGA


Beforeriddings road muga before

Plans for the work were developed as a response, and further community consultation in 2013 evidenced that local people supported the plans. Brambledown Landscape Services Ltd of Yorkshire were instructed to carry out the Deighton Play Area MUGA construction and surrounding landscaping works earlier this year.

All the project elements have been designed to be accessible to people with as wide a range of physical mobility as possible.

Riddings Road MUGA

Leeds MUGA




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