Waterloo car park public consultation.

Local residents will be able to hear about Cotswold District Council’s proposals to expand the capacity of the Waterloo Car Park in Cirencester at a public consultation event which will be held from 3.30 pm to 6.30 pm at the Bingham Gallery, 1 Dyer Street, Cirencester, GL7 2PP on Tuesday 27 June (please note that this will NOT take place at the Bingham Hall as previously stated).

The event will enable the public to meet Council officials and review information boards which illustrate why consultants have shown that the most effective way to increase car parking capacity is to install decking at the Waterloo.

Cllr Mark Harris, Chair of the Cirencester Parking Project, is looking forward to the event:

“It is important that we demonstrate why our consultants recommended that the Waterloo is the best option for a decked car park in the town. This proposal will require Planning Permission and the public will have a chance to comment, but it makes sense to consult now at a very early stage so that we can explain our rationale and gather views from the public which can then influence the design stage.  Whilst we know there is a lot of support for more parking in the town, we understand that some people may have some concerns about the proposal and this drop-in session should enable everyone to have their say – and for us to gain a true understanding of what these concerns are so we can try and address them.”

More detailed information about the plans for the Waterloo and the Cirencester Car Parking project in general are available on our website.

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