On Monday 8 March I used a Talk Time slot to give a presentation about proposals for improving Alsager town centre, arising from the Alsager Neighbourhood Plan. The principal aim is to regenerate the public realm of the town centre and create a clearly identified sense of place through highway improvement, landscaping, and improvements to the streetscape. Basically we want Alsager town centre to be a place where its residents and visitors want to be.
These proposals are now out for consultation, virtually, until 31 May 2021. Hopefully we can also present the proposals in person when The Civic reopens.
Sometime during March, if you live in Alsager, you should receive a leaflet describing the proposals and how to respond to them, together with a paper copy of the survey. However, we are keen for anyone with an interest in Alsager town centre to contribute their views.
The links below will give you all the opportunity to access the leaflet and the proposals and to complete the survey online. I urge you if at all possible to respond online, though if you do need to complete a paper survey you can return it to the council offices in person or using FREEPOST Town Centre.
Access to everything is via the Alsager Town Council website (when their new one is up and running in mid March). Here you can see the following:
The video (on YouTube) and the survey (on Smart Survey) can also be accessed directly via the links below and are available now.
If you have any questions you can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
I very much hope you will engage with this process, look at the proposals, and give us your views and ideas. They will all be looked at. And do please spread the word.