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Northala Fields Country Park

Northala Fields is a country park beside the A40 with four circular artificial hills. It was designed by the urban design and landscape architecture firm FoRM Associates. The landforms were built with 65,000 lorry loads of waste material from the demolition of the old Wembley Stadium (closed in 2000). The name 'Northala' was used for this site in the Domesday book (1086). Creating the hills provided a disposal site for the rubble, which paid for the new park.

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Western Avenue, Greater London, England

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