Commuted Sums lead to major improvements at King George V Playing Fields in South Cave
South Cave Parish Council have officially opened the new play equipment at King George V Playing Field, after being awarded £20,214.40 funding from East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums from local housing developments.
In addition to the funding from Commuted Sums, South Cave Parish Council will be contributing £2,384 towards the £22,598.40 project.
The equipment installed in King George V Playing Fields includes an adventure trail and tower unit, as well as safety surfacing and a picnic bench.
Linda Turner, Chair of South Cave Parish Council, said, "The Parish Council is extremely grateful for the funding awarded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council for the installation of additional play equipment to enhance King George V Playing Field.
"The Playing Field is currently home to a well received Urban Gym and Pirate Ship; the installation of the play equipment will enhance the equipment already in place, promoting outdoor play and exercise. We would like to thank East Riding of Yorkshire Council for this award."
Councillor David Tucker, East Riding of Yorkshire Council portfolio holder for planning, infrastructure, and housing, said : "This award of Commuted Sums provided by local housing developments as a condition of their planning approval is great news for South Cave, and has clearly facilitated major improvements on the Playing Field."