BOLLO Brook Park, a transformed public open space at Acton Gardens on the site of the former South Acton estate, has now been reopened.

The ceremony took place with the help of pupils from Berrymede Junior and Infant schools.

Bollo Brook Park now includes a floodlit games court, a children’s play area with an interactive games arch (the first of its kind in London), exercise equipment and a footpath circuit for walking and jogging.

There is also a large paved seating area has to act as a waiting and meeting space for parents and pupils.

Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, said: “It is another important step in the ongoing development of Acton Gardens. I am sure these new facilities will prove very popular when current COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.”

Acton Gardens is a 52-acre redevelopment by Countryside and L & Q, of the old estate, costing £800m and creating 3,463 homes.