The AELTC Estate Master Plan is an evolving vision for the future of the AELTC Estate, and aims to provide a framework against which new development will be assessed in order to meet the AELTC's objectives to maintain Wimbledon's position at the pinnacle of the sport, to act as a guardian of tennis, and to be a force for good in society.
The masterplan will include a comprehensive review of the whole site incorporating public, competition and operational areas to optimise the use of the site and enhance and consolidate the future of the grounds. The key objectives established for the masterplan are to maintain Wimbledon as the pre-eminent Grand Slam tennis event in the world and to strengthen and enhance the Club as a worldclass sporting venue of national and international significance.
This competition-winning project for the renowned All England Lawn Tennis Club Wimbledon presents a master plan to develop and improve facilities for the club in the coming decade. The design presents a solution that works holistically to provide an outstanding experience for spectators, players and visitors alike.
WIMBLEDON MASTER PLAN 7 The Master Plan seeks to draw on the much loved traditional qualities and character of the grounds whilst looking to provide innovative and high quality solutions to some of the challenges posed by this beautiful but constrained site. A radical rethink and strategic reconfiguration of the courts and associated facilities,
London / United Kingdom / 2020. The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has unveiled the Wimbledon Master Plan, which sets out a vision and framework for the future guiding the development and enhancement of Wimbledon as the pre-eminent Grand Slam and the ﬁnest stage in world tennis.
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The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has unveiled the Wimbledon Master Plan, which sets out a vision and framework for the future guiding the development and enhancement of Wimbledon as the pre-eminent Grand Slam and the ﬁnest stage in world tennis. Wimbledon buildings image : Grant Associates. Reinforcing the spirit of ‘playing tennis in an English garden’ the landscape strategy designed by Grant Associates seeks to define, connect and choreograph spaces throughout the Grounds.
An overview of the new Wimbledon Master Plan. Find out more at www.wimbledon.com/masterplan.SUBSCRIBE to The Wimbledon YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.co...
The AELTC yesterday (Wednesday) shared the third phase of the public consultation for its wide-ranging Wimbledon Park Project, which it aims to submit a planning application for towards the end of July. The latest update comes after the AELTC in April outlined plans for a new 8,000-seat show court as part of an expansion of the Wimbledon grounds.