Pedestrianisation feedback session offers opportunity to discuss consultation responses
Blue Badge holders, city centre residents and business owners are being invited to attend a feedback session to discuss the pedestrianisation of Lichfield city centre next month.
The sessions will be hosted by Lichfield District Council Leader Doug Pullen and other members of the council, and are an opportunity to consider the responses received as part of the consultation which has been running since January and how they can be used to shape the future of pedestrianisation.
The aim of pedestrianising Lichfield city centre is to make the area safer and more attractive to residents and visitors alike.
Two feedback sessions will be held on Monday 10 July 2023 at Darwin Hall, Heathcot Place, Lichfield:
- Workshop 1 6pm to 7pm
- Workshop 2 7.15pm to 8.15pm.
The sessions are open to all, and the only limit on the number of people we can host will be the size of the venue - we are holding two sessions to try to accommodate as many people as possible.
We will be asking attendees to let us know if they need any reasonable adjustments to support them at the meeting and we will work to put these in place (examples could include a British Sign language Interpreter).
Leader of Lichfield District Council, Doug Pullen, said:
“We are holding another two pedestrianisation workshops in the city, so that discussion can take place on the consultation feedback we have received so far.
“We are listening to people’s views, and I look forward to having a constructive meeting with Blue Badge holders, city centre residents and business owners next month.”