Have your say on Cultural Quarter

Have your say on Cultural Quarter

Have your say on Cultural Quarter

Have your say on Cultural Quarter

First published in News

TALKS around changes to the area around Palmyra Square begin on Thursday - and council bosses want the input of members of the public.

They say they want views on the pedestrian areas of the Cultural Quarter and the traffic flow in the area.

Clr Linda Dirir, executive member for highways, transportation and climate change, said: “This consultation is a great opportunity for businesses and members of the public to have their say on how effectively they feel that the area currently works in terms of traffic flow.

“We want to hear your concerns and suggestions as pedestrians or road users.

“I would encourage everyone to let us know their thoughts and have their say. Your feedback is invaluable and can guide us to create a new plan for the area that will best suit the needs of all.”

There will be an information stand in Golden Square shopping centre on Saturday, March 22 between 9am and 5pm, and public events taking place at the Gateway on Sankey Street on Wednesday, March 26 between 11am and 2pm and 5pm and 8pm.

Leaflets will shortly be distributed to all households and businesses in the Cultural Quarter inviting them to have their say which also contain a comments form that can be completed and returned.

Or you can comment on warrington.gov.uk.

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1:34pm Tue 4 Mar 14

MikeJT says...

How about...its fine as it is, leave it alone, dont make any changes to its layout/design, dont pay any consulting or design companies to draw up "plans for development".

Hey, thats another batch of planned expenditure that could have been saved from the budget !!!!!
How about...its fine as it is, leave it alone, dont make any changes to its layout/design, dont pay any consulting or design companies to draw up "plans for development". Hey, thats another batch of planned expenditure that could have been saved from the budget !!!!! MikeJT
  • Score: 10

1:39pm Tue 4 Mar 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

MikeJT wrote:
How about...its fine as it is, leave it alone, dont make any changes to its layout/design, dont pay any consulting or design companies to draw up "plans for development".

Hey, thats another batch of planned expenditure that could have been saved from the budget !!!!!
Exactly what I was going to say. WBC STOP SPENDING OUR MONEY!!!
[quote][p][bold]MikeJT[/bold] wrote: How about...its fine as it is, leave it alone, dont make any changes to its layout/design, dont pay any consulting or design companies to draw up "plans for development". Hey, thats another batch of planned expenditure that could have been saved from the budget !!!!![/p][/quote]Exactly what I was going to say. WBC STOP SPENDING OUR MONEY!!! GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: 7

7:58pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Sankey4 says...

There is no point in commenting as they will do exactly what they want anyway and never publish any consultation responses in full - just look at the money being wasted on destroying Bank Park at the moment when they cant even manage Woolston ecology park despite spending £1.2m on it - now more money wasted on this 'cultural quarter' vanity project. They have no clue about the real world.
There is no point in commenting as they will do exactly what they want anyway and never publish any consultation responses in full - just look at the money being wasted on destroying Bank Park at the moment when they cant even manage Woolston ecology park despite spending £1.2m on it - now more money wasted on this 'cultural quarter' vanity project. They have no clue about the real world. Sankey4
  • Score: 4

9:30pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Mick17 says...

Sorry took me a while to get to this story as I was reading about the cuts to Warringtons essential services and the imminent 1.98% rise in council tax. Now prey tell. What great idea have WBC come up with to ensure the limited financial resources they control are spent wisely?
Sorry took me a while to get to this story as I was reading about the cuts to Warringtons essential services and the imminent 1.98% rise in council tax. Now prey tell. What great idea have WBC come up with to ensure the limited financial resources they control are spent wisely? Mick17
  • Score: 3

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