Tring Car Park

EAS have submitted a planning application for a car park on behalf of the Natural History Museum Tring and the Woodland Trust. The car park will serve visitors to the museum and to Tring Park. Tring Park is famous for its link to Lord Rothschild who rode a carriage pulled by Zebras through the surrounding roads and lanes. Lord Rothschild’s collection of online casino exotic animals was kept in Tring Park and many of these are now preserved and housed at Tring Museum.

The site for the car park is Dawes Meadow which has a Green Belt designation and is a county wildlife site. A previous application for a car park was approved at the same site in 2003 but never built. The current proposal has the same area of footprint as the previous application but has been laid out to maximise parking space numbers. EAS are working closely with the Natural History Museum, The Woodland Trust and the Local Authority to deliver a suitable scheme.

For more information please contact Patrick Eggenton on 01920 871777 or patrick.eggenton@eastp.co.uk

See also http://www.nhm.ac.uk/tring/index.html and, http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/en/our-woods/Pages/wood-details.aspx?wood=4675