Langley Park extends to some 151 acres in total and the park has an impressive history with known records of use as far back as 1206. It has been influenced over subsequent periods by John Kederminster (Head Ranger appointed by Henry VIII) and Capability Brown who advised on the landscape in the mid 1700s. Visitor facilities include a refurbished tearoom, play area, arboretum and a very attractive landscape. PSC worked with Buckinghamshire County Council at Langley Park to identify ways to enhance the visitor experience and we prepared a visitor experience masterplan to improve the longer term business prospects.
How can we help?
If you have any questions about developing a visitor experience masterplan or development plan for a country park or other recreation site please don’t hesitate to call Richard Linington on 023 9248 1999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org