Edinburgh-based Architects Gross Max are holding a design workshop for residents interested in Potters Fields park.
Crowds gather in Potters Fields during David Blaine's endurance stunt in Summer 2003
Crowds gathered in Potters Fields during David Blaine's endurance stunt last summer turning the grass into dust.
Although the final boundaries of the park are uncertain, the Pool of London Partnership, working with More London and Southwark Council, has commissioned Gross Max to deliver both the consultation and the final design.
Eelco Hooftman from Gross Max has suggested that the land be divided into a neighbourhood park on the south side and a visitors' park by the river.
This information had not been posted on the Gross Max's Potters Fields website by Thursday and only appeared after the London SE1 website contacted the Scottish-based company. It still does not reveal the starting time.
Gross Max claims to have invited those who attended an earlier consultation meeting.
Details of a further three promised consultation events, this month, including one on Thursday 18 March, have yet to be announced.
• Potters Fields Park consultation website
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