Residents have just one day left to contribute ideas on the future of Hamilton Gardens.
Public consultation on the future of the sprawling 50-hectare site, including whether entry should remain free for all, ends tomorrow.
Hamilton Gardens director Peter Sergel said feedback had been focussed on key themes, including what people loved about the Hamilton Gardens, how they thought the gardens could be improved and how any future development should be funded.
The council is reviewing the management plan for Hamilton Gardens, with a draft plan due for comment by September.
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