The Wimbledon Master Plan sets out the All England Club's vision for the future of the Club’s grounds and is a framework against which new development will be assessed and refined.
In the video below, All England Club Chairman Philip Brook discusses the origins and vision for the Wimbledon Master Plan.
- Maintain The Championships as the premier tennis tournament in the world and on grass.
- Strengthen and enhance Wimbledon as a world class sporting venue of national and international significance.
- Conserve Wimbledon’s unique and special heritage.
- Guided by ‘Tennis in an English Garden’, develop the finest setting and facilities for the entertainment and enjoyment of all visitors.
- Ensure that all new building is world class quality in keeping with Wimbledon’s international status and reputation.
- Continue to make a positive contribution to the local neighbourhood and community.
- Resolve key operational issues to ensure the smooth running of The Championships for now and in the future.
- Reduce carbon emissions from the grounds.
- Develop effective transport solutions which reflect the priorities of the Club, its neighbours and those visiting during The Championships.
- Establish a long term framework to ensure that future development is carried out in a coordinated, sustainable and resilient manner.
- Based on these objectives, we have developed our vision for the Wimbledon Master Plan on which further detailed consultation and study will take place.
You can read more about the Wimbledon Master Plan in the published prospectus.