Wyre Council invites local input into study on future improvements to Poulton town centre
Wyre Council has commissioned a study to consider how Poulton town centre might be improved and your feedback is needed!
The study aims to address any potential future challenges and opportunities for Poulton town centre and to ensure the economic wellbeing of the town so that it can better meet the needs of its local people, businesses and visitors for the next 15 years and beyond.
The study is at an early stage and Wyre Council is asking for comments on the proposed projects between Monday 5 June and Monday 19 June, with a public consultation event taking place at Poulton Market on Monday 12 June.
Visit www.wyre.gov.uk/PoultonProjects to read about the proposed plans and share your valuable feedback. You can also complete a printed form at Wyre Council’s Civic Centre.
For a more detailed overview of the proposed plans and projects, visit Poulton Market on Monday 12 June between 9am and 3pm and Poulton Civic Centre between 4pm and 6pm where you can share your feedback directly at the public consultation event.
Councillor Peter le Marinel, Portfolio Holder for Planning Policy and Economic Development for Wyre Council comments,
“I would urge local people and local businesses to view the projects and have their say on the future vision for Poulton town centre. We value our local residents’ and businesses feedback. It is really important to gain this insight to help ensure the projects we want to drive forward are aligned with everyone’s vision for the future.
“There are some really exciting proposals in the survey which I am sure people will want to comment on. Projects which will benefit local people, local businesses and tourists including improving public realm in the town centre, developing the visitor economy and initiatives to support high street businesses, to name a few.”
The consultation is open for all residents to take part in from Monday 5 June and must be completed by 5pm Monday 19 June.
To learn more and to complete the survey online, visit www.wyre.gov.uk/PoultonProjects