Mary Stevens Park is a well loved community asset in Stourbridge. The park receives approximately 1 million visitors per year.

The park is very popular throughout the year, with daily activities, community group events and regular heritage and wildlife activities. Mary Stevens Park was gifted to the people of Stourbridge in 1931 by Ernest Stevens and has deed of gift restrictions in place.

This project involved the conservation, restoration and specialist cleaning of the War Memorial, Main Entrance Gates and Bandstand which are grade II listed. It also includes alterations to the office building to form a Café, alterations to public toilets building, and dredging of the lake. In addition to this there was also works carried out to restore and reinforce the lake edges, boundary wall repairs, hard and soft landscaping and drainage.

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

Mary Stevens Park

£2.6 million

Quantity Surveyor


15 months

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