Children will decide the finer details of a new facility in Barnet, which will include the installation of play area fencing
The Riverside Walk and Windsor Open Space in the town are to undergo £400,000-worth of improvement works in the coming months under the wing of the mayor of London's Help a London Park project.
Questionnaires have already been sent out to children so that they can have their say on what play equipment the park contains, reports times-series.co.uk.
Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, told the news provider that he is "determined to bring the best of the village to the city" to ensure that green spaces are maintained.
"It is great to see Barnet is now asking the experts - local children - exactly how they'd like to see this money spent in regard to these smashing new play areas," he explained.
Elsewhere, former professional footballer Dean Windass has unveiled a new play area in Thirsk, including a 20-metre zip wire.
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