A SCHEME to canvass residents’ views on what they would like to see in the new-look Bromsgrove Town Centre is now under way.
The six-week public consultation on the redevelopment of the High Street, the Townscape Heritage Initiative and the Bromsgrove Conservation Area started yesterday (Thursday).
Bromsgrove District Council is urging all residents to look over the proposals, which are being exhibited at the Dolphin Centre, School Drive, and at Bromsgrlve Library, Stratford Road.
In addition to the displays, the council’s project managers and other members of the design teams will be on hand to talk about the plans at the library from 10am to 4pm between February 20 and 22.
The information will also be available to view on a market stall on Bromsgrove High Street on February 24.
Residents are urged to ‘have their say’ by filling out questionnaires, which will include the range of options for the designs of benches, lamp posts and other items of ‘street furniture’ that will take pride of place in the new-look high street.
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