Launch of the Grange open space project
Leominster Town Council is currently considering options for the improvement of the Grange in Leominster. Red Kite Network Limited, a Shropshire-based landscape architecture, ecology and green space consultancy have been commissioned to support the Council in developing a masterplan for the Site.
The Site incorporates Grange open space, the former cricket ground, the playground and recreation ground, The Priory, the Millennium Green and Pinsley Mead. The brief is to create a destination park, which will include a revitalised play area and recreation space for the local community, whilst also enhancing the wildlife and tourism potential of the Site.
In March-April 2019, public consultation was carried out to determine local residents’ and stakeholders’ views on and and priorities for The Grange. The Phase 1 Public Consultation Report sets out the methodology and findings of the public consultation, and is available here.
We’re now carrying out Phase 2 of the consultation. We would like to hear your views on the proposals we have developed, and discover what you like and dislike about them, and how we might change them for the better.
This is your opportunity to influence the future of The Grange, so please make sure you have your say. Once we’ve collated the results of the Phase 2 Consultation, we’ll be developing a final masterplan for the site.
Here’s how you can get involved:
1. Complete a feedback form available Leominster Tourism Information Centre between now and Friday 2 August.
You can also download a copy of the proposals and feedback questions here.
2.Complete an online survey by Friday 2 August. The survey is available at: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/thegrange2
3. Attend one of our drop-in sessions:
- Friday 19 July, 9am-1pm: Corn Square market
- Saturday 20 July, 1pm-5pm: The Grange playground
A copy of the full consultation plan for the project can be found here.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01952 582111.