Northala Fields is the economic and environmental viability of turning waste from the original Wembley Stadium and the new White City shopping centre into a new park turning materials into new habitats for wildlife and a range of recreational facilities.
Four large conical earth mounds along the A40 edge of the site help to reduce visual and noise pollution and provide a unique landmark for the park and the borough. In particular, the viewpoint on top of the tallest mound (22 metres), provides a 360-degree panoramic view of the surrounding area including central London and Canary Wharf.
Water is another major feature of the park, with a network of six interconnecting fishing lakes, a model boating lake and wildlife ponds, streams and wetlands. Get Hooked on Fishing, a national fishing charity is working in partnership with the council managing the fishing activities.
Park Area: 275000.00 SQM
Foundation Date: 1/1/2008
Two well equipped playgrounds for the under-14s, one at Dolphin Road and one with wooden style play equipment and large slide in the centre of the park