The AELTC Estate Master Plan is an evolving vision for the future of the AELTC Estate, and aims to provide a framework against which new development will be assessed in order to meet the AELTC's objectives to maintain Wimbledon's position at the pinnacle of the sport, to act as a guardian of tennis, and to be a force for good in society.
THE ALL ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS CLUB WIMBLEDON MASTER PLAN. 2WIMBLEDON MASTER PLAN. WIMBLEDON MASTER PLAN3 IntroductIon. It was as long ago as 1993 when the All England Club developed a vision for the long term development of the Club’s grounds. That ‘Long Term Plan’ guided the Club’s actions over an eighteen year period and brought about the development of many new facilities, most notably the Broadcast Centre, No. 1 Court, the Millennium Building, No.2 Court and the much acclaimed roof ...
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This competition-winning project for the renowned All England Lawn Tennis Club Wimbledon presents a master plan to develop and improve facilities for the club in the coming decade. The design presents a solution that works holistically to provide an outstanding experience for spectators, players and visitors alike.
The Wimbledon 2020 Master Plan will look at The Championships’ and the Club’s requirements for the next 10 to 15 years and will consider future opportunities beyond that period. The masterplan will include a comprehensive review of the whole site incorporating public, competition and operational areas to optimise the use of the site and enhance and consolidate the future of the grounds.
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London / United Kingdom / 2020. The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has unveiled the Wimbledon Master Plan, which sets out a vision and framework for the future guiding the development and enhancement of Wimbledon as the pre-eminent Grand Slam and the ﬁnest stage in world tennis.
The Master Plan, announced at the annual Spring Press Conference in February, is founded on the ambition to maintain Wimbledon's position as the premier tennis tournament in the world and on grass. One of the plan's primary objectives is to create more space for players, spectators, and the myriad of other stakeholders whom are so important to the running of The Championships.
Following the successful acquisition of Wimbledon Park Golf Club, The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has appointed Allies and Morrison to develop a new AELTC Master Plan proposal for the expansion of the Club’s Grounds, home to The Championships, Wimbledon. The AELTC Master Plan will guide the evolution of the current AELTC site in addition to incorporating the neighbouring land of the Wimbledon Park Golf Club.