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The Conservative-led Salisbury Area Board is holding a special one-off meeting is being held next week to give as many people as possible the chance to have their say on plans to transform Salisbury’s famous Market Place.
This meeting, which takes place on Monday 10 October 2011 to focus on the views local people have on the proposed scheme.
The results of an area board survey on the Market Place plans will also be announced at the meeting.
There will be an informal discussion on each of the main aspects of the plans, including the future of the trees, parking (including disabled parking), the war memorial, and toilet facilities.
Area board chairman, Cllr Richard Clewer (Conservative), said: “Salisbury’s Market Place has been a focal point for the city for centuries and is at the heart of the city"
“However, many residents have raised concerns about aspects of the Market Place proposals. This meeting will give everyone the opportunity to raise their views and hear the opinions of other people. I would urge anyone who has any view about the future of the Market Place to come along and have their say. Whatever view point we take, we all have one thing in common, and that is we care passionately about the future of our city.”
This extraordinary meeting of the Salisbury Area Board takes place at 7pm on Monday 10 October 2011 at South Wilts Grammar School for Girls, Stratford Road, Salisbury. Light refreshments will be available from 6.30pm.