Chance to shape future of town
RAMSEY residents will have another chance to help shape the future of their town. In March, people placed comment flags on a huge 3D map of the area produced by Ramsey Junior School for a Planning for Real exercise. And all the comments, ideas and iss
RAMSEY residents will have another chance to help shape the future of their town.
In March, people placed 'comment' flags on a huge 3D map of the area produced by Ramsey Junior School for a "Planning for Real" exercise. And all the comments, ideas and issues raised were logged.
Now the community is being invited to two further events. The first on Monday June 26 will look at prioritising the ideas and suggestions. The second, the following Monday, will start the process of drawing up an action plan. Both events, organised by the Ramsey Area Partnership, take place at the George Hotel, Ramsey, starting at 6.30pm and are expected to last no longer than an hour and a half.
Among the opportunities for the Ramsey area is the potential to look at the area's needs in terms of community buildings and facilities and assessing how the community with partners could work together to meet these needs, Huntingdonshire District Council said.
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Partnership chairman Peter Hazell said: "This is an exciting time for the area, and we want local people to be involved.
"It is important that we provide adequate levels of facilities and amenities for the town and surrounding area. We want local people to help guide us in our future work.
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