Public drop-in sessions for feedback on Arbroath 'Place for Everyone' project

Angus Council is seeking feedback for the final design of Arbroath’s ‘A Place For Everyone’ project.

By
Mark Dowie
Friday, 21st January 2022, 3:00pm
Public drop-in sessions for feedback on Arbroath 'Place for Everyone' project

To further canvass opinion, the local authority is holding public drop-in events in the town this Saturday (January 22) at Brothock Bridge and Morrison's supermarket.

In 2019, the Scottish Government awarded Angus Council funding under the Sustrans Places for Everyone programme to design and develop an exemplary walking and cycling route in Arbroath.

The council brought in design and consultancy firm Arcadis to improve junctions and traffic flow ; make better use of green spaces; develop path networks and links from railway and bus stations to the town centre; improve access for all wea ther walking, cycling, or using mobility scooters and to create a place for everyone that is safe, attractive and vibrant.

Accessible to all and connecting destinations throughout the town, it will reconnect areas and facilities to create a seafront people want to use.

The drop-in events will be held at Brothock Bridge from 9.30am to noon and Morrisons from 1pm to 4pm. Members of the project team will be available to talk to and answer questions. Feedback forms will also be available.

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