Last night the Council’s preferred option for the redevelopment for Knight’s Walk was presented to a public meeting in the Cinema Museum. This public meeting was held after a long and extensive period of consultation with residents and those who live close to Knight’s Walk.Read more
Below you will be able to read the 'equalities impact assessment’ for Westbury.Read more
Below you will be able to read the 'equalities impact assessment’ for Knight's Walk.Read more
The Council is publishing a booklet, which will provide information on the development and design teams that residents will be able to ask questions at the exhibition on 31 October. Please note the booklet was requested by the Cressingham Gardens Residents Engagement Panel.
At the exhibition residents will have a chance to ask questions to the potential teams who will work with them to design the estate. Not only will you get the opportunity to ask questions to the different teams you will be able to express your views on which teams you prefer. A copy of the booklet will be sent to every household on the estate over the next week. In the meantime you can see a copy of the booklet below:
The latest newsletter for Central Hill Residents has been published - please see below.Read more
We had planned to use tonights meeting to present to you the regeneration scenario which would be recommended to the Council's Cabinet on the 9th November. However, we are still looking at the different scenarios and representations received from residents and neighbours of Knight's Walk.
As a result, we are not yet in a position to announce the recommended scenario. This evening's advertised meeting will therefore be an exhibition only of the scenarios that are being evaluated. Officers will be on hand to answer questions and record comments. I apologise for the late notice of this change, but I hope that you can understand that we need to take our time to get the recommendation correct.
I do apologise for this and a further event is being arranged, and details will be sent shortly.