Harrow Council has launched a consultation to gather resident’s opinions on a project to refurbish tennis courts across the borough, including in Pinner.
This consultation has been launched as part of action to transform 37 public tennis courts across Harrow with 11 of these currently in an unplayable condition.
The Government’s Department for Digital, Community Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) have announced a £30million package to refurbish more than 4,500 public tennis courts in the UK.
The DCMS & LTA have provisionally offered Harrow Council around £450,000 of funding to bring all the courts up to a high standard.
The council is considering bringing in a specialist company to run the courts for us, and to introduce a pay to play booking and coaching system, including providing free and concessionary playing opportunities.
The pay to play system would be essential to generate costs for maintenance of the courts.
Complete the questionnaire, at harrow.gov.uk/tennisconsultation