Calling residents of Bedworth and Nuneaton - we need you!
Published on Wednesday, 5th February 2020
There are important changes happening to your towns, parks and leisure facilities and this is your chance to have a say and tell us what YOU actually want!
Following careful proposals two years in the making, a public consultation on the plans and designs for our TOWNS, PARKS and LEISURE facilities in both Nuneaton and Bedworth is now open.
The plans outline so many fantastic new developments for you and your families to enjoy, which will offer excellent service facilities to meet future demands for many years to come. From building new schools and a modern leisure centre as well as developing more green spaces that will help children and adults to be more healthy, happy and sociable. Plus, there will be some stunning enhancements to the two main Borough destination parks, as well as a fresh new look for our towns with enhanced town centres that are thriving and exciting to visit to boost the appeal of our Borough.
In order to achieve our aspirations we need your help, so that together we can build a more vibrant and thriving community for all.
You can have your say either face to face or online, if you wish to participate online, you can complete a short survey on each (or just one) of the town, park and leisure facility proposals in Nuneaton or Bedworth by visiting www.be-nu.co.uk
If you prefer to talk to someone face to face, consultations will be taking place in the town centres as follows:
Friday 14 February - Tesco - 10am until 2pm
Thursday 20 February - Bedworth Leisure Centre – 10am to 12am & 3.30 until 7pm
Wednesday 12 February – Pingles Leisure Centre – 10am to 12am & 3.30 until 7pm
Wednesday 19 February - Ropewalk Shopping Centre – 10am until 2pm
The consultation will be open until February 29, so please use your voice and help us achieve our vision for an exciting new Borough!
Cllr Julie Jackson, Leader of Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council said:
“We are very much looking forward to hearing the views of our residents on the proposals, these are extremely exciting times and we really want our residents to get involved and tell us what they want for the future of their town centres, leisure facilities and parks.”
Cllr Ian Lloyd, portfolio holder for Arts and Leisure said:
“It is wonderful that we have finally reached the stage that we can put our plans to a public consultation. We feel that the proposals set out an exciting future for the Borough and I hope that our residents get in touch and provide feedback so we can refine our plans and ensure that the vision we have matches that of the people who live and work here.”
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