Less expensive than 'real' equipment and really engaging...  We've been to play on the Kings Cross set and it works really well, and I can imagine it being lovely after school out the front at Woodside Square. 

 

https://www.kingscross.co.uk/soft-play-little-ones

 

http://www.snugandoutdoor.co.uk/kit/index.html

 

Our own version of play streets, which we could make a regular event, perhaps after school during the warmer weather.

 

https://www.haringey.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-travel/roads-and-streets/play-streets

 

https://playingout.net/

 

Some play equipment that would fit with the style of the development:

Bird nest swing

 

 

Climbing frameSeesaw

 

 

This play ground equipment supplier provides packages of play equipment to meet developers' play obligations. This package below is designed to meet the requirements of the equivalent of the local doorstep play area that Woodside Square should have.

Local play package for developers

LEAP