02:32PM, Monday 25 January 2016
Four priorities have been laid out in the Windsor Neighbourhood Plan and a drop-in held on Saturday gave householders the chance to air their views.
Co-chairman of the plan, John Bastow, said the plan has four aspects; improving Dedworth Road, redeveloping the former Imperial House in Alma Road, securing the future of ‘key views’ in the town, and finding out a preference for building designs.
The consultation was held with the aim of getting input ahead of submitting preferred options for development.
About 60 people attended the consultation in Gardeners Hall, St Leonards Road.
Committee member Helen Price said: “The level of comments that people have given have been very high quality, people have really engaged.”
Secretary Susy Shearer said: “They’ve [the public] been very impressed by the amount and quality of the work that’s been done by the forum and the committee to produce the plan.”
Another consultation will be held in Dedworth Green Baptist Church on Wednesday, February 3.
Visit windsorplan.org.uk for more information.
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