The Admiral Lord de Saumarez monument was demolished during the Occupation and the plans for the park involve rebuilding it with a modern twist.
The location of the monument affords spectacular views of the east coast, including St Peter Port and across to Herm, Jethou and Sark.
Three new "vistas" from the monument would also be created looking out to the west and north of the park as well as towards the park's entrance on Mont Morin.
New paths are proposed which would highlight previously less obvious features of the park including the Neolithic passage grave, or "dolmen", that lies in the park's north east corner.
Part of the redevelopment would see this field to the south of the park developed with play areas for children as well as an adult fitness area and clear open spaces.
The area above the Bowling Club would be converted into a garden and the bunkers that were built into the hill during the Occupation would be restored offering a look back at another aspect of local history.
Another garden is proposed for the south side of the bowling club growing fruit and veg, possibly for use in a cafe in one of the restored bunkers that opens out onto the play areas.
Part of the redevelopment of the park would see the changing rooms renovated but one area which would be untouched by the changes would be the football pitch.
The now mostly disused tennis and basketball courts to the north of the park would be removed and extra car parking added making space for 70 cars.
The plans would be an extensive redesign of the park with the developers' aiming to provide more modern amenities for regular park users as well as keeping traditional aspects of the park.
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