Ridley Park Management Plan

  • Description

    "Ridley Park is located in an urban setting just over 0.5km south east of Blyth town centre in South East Northumberland. The Parks topography is generally flat, rising gently towards the south western boundary it shares with the Port of Blyth. It is separated from the sea and mouth of the River Blyth by the Port of Blyth facility which provides significant shelter for the Park from prevailing adverse weather conditions. Land to the north and west of the Park is occupied by residential housing including the attractive terraces and detached houses along Park View and Bath Terrace. A small car parking area is located on the southern boundary which serves the Park....."
  • Owner

    Northumberland County Council
  • Source

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  • Further information

    Link: http://www.northumberland.gov.uk/NorthumberlandCountyCouncil/media/Neigbourhood-and-Local-Services/Parks%20and%20open%20spaces/Ridley-park-management-plan.pdf
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 5 years, 10 months ago
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