Have Your Vote On The Future Of Wimbledon

Pick your favourite inspirational designs

Time is running out to cast your vote on how you'd like the future Wimbledon town centre to look.

The deadline to vote in the Future Wimbledon Design Competition is February 28, and the final entries are on view between Morrisons supermarket and the Odeon cinema.

Giant slides, a 'garden high street', alfresco areas and a concert hall are all within the visions displayed on the stores' windows.

With a 'text to vote' system, there's still time to have your say on your favourite vision for Wimbledon’s future. View the 'Rising Stars' designs by professionals in the design industry and 'Creative Community' entries, drawn up by local creatives, and pick your favourite to become 'The People's Winner'.

The competition, launched last July, built on the success of 2013's Future Wimbledon Conference, with the council's regeneration team and Love Wimbledon calling on community groups, residents, built environment specialists and borough businesses to start the debate about how Wimbledon might evolve and look in the future.

The winning entries of the school’s competition 'Future Wimbledonians' are also displayed, drawn by talented students in Merton schools. A special bench has been created, decorated with the Future Wimbledonians entries and will be displayed in Centre Court Shopping Centre.

The public winner will be announced in the first week of March. 

February 19, 2015

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Pictured: (L-R) Paul McGarry, Head of Future Merton; winners Leigh Terrafranca and Pablo Sendra Fernandez; Helen Clark Bell, Love Wimbledon BID manager; winner Molly McEvoy