Stakeholders and public to be invited to Birmingham Road Site events to give their views.
Two events are set to take place to give stakeholders and local residents the chance to feed their ideas and thoughts into the long-term re-development of the Birmingham Road Site in Lichfield.
As part of this, there will be a round table event involving Lichfield District Council’s cross-party member task group considering the Birmingham Road Site with key organisations, such as Lichfield City Council and Lichfield BID. This will take place on Wednesday 27 February 2019.
This will be followed by an event open to everyone who would like to find out about the work of the task group and contribute their views. It will take place at Lichfield’s Guildhall on Wednesday 6 March at 6.30pm and will last for around one-hour.
Councillor Mike Wilcox, Leader of Lichfield District Council, said:
“These events will be a great opportunity for people to hear about the work carried out to date by the task group and feed their views into future plans. We know how important this area is to the city and how strongly people feel about the development, so we hope plenty of people will come along and give us their ideas and thoughts.”
Following the stakeholder and public engagement events, the Birmingham Road Site task group will seek approval from the council’s Cabinet to appoint consultants to develop a long-term development brief for the site.
Find out more about plans for the Birmingham Road Site redevelopment at www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/birminghamroad.
Posted on Monday 11th February 2019