10:55AM, Wednesday 19 March 2014
People with something to say about Windsor's future had their chance at a consultation day.
The team busy preparing the blueprint for a new neighbourhood plan for central Windsor gathered at the Guildhall, in High Street, on Tuesday, March 11, ready to swap ideas with anyone who might pop in.
The forum working on the neighbourhood plan includes councillors, business people and members of the public who wanted to get involved.
Chairman of the neighbourhood plan forum, Cllr Natasha Airey (Con, Park) said the event was a success.
"There was a lot of positive reaction," she said.
"People wanted to find out more about it and it was a good chance to have some dialogue."
The official consultation period ends on April 4.
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