EPSOM TOWN CENTRE MASTER PLAN – HAVE YOUR SAY…
Posted by Kat Heath on 04 Aug 2022
Epsom and Ewell Borough Council are drawing up a Town Centre Masterplan which is to provide the future vision for Epsom Town Centre.
One of the key objectives of the masterplan is that this will potentially drive investment decisions to ensure that Epsom will continue to be a desirable place to live, work and enjoy as a visitor.
The proposals and consultation will have a long term impact on how the town will evolve over the next few decades, echoing and reflecting the way residents want to enjoy Epsom in regards to socialisation, shopping habits and working.
Epsom and Ewell Borough Council are currently asking residents, business owners and workers for their say in regards to the future vision and master plan for Epsom town centre.
Here is an opportunity to have your say about how you feel about the town centre and how and what you would like to change about Epsom town centre.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED:
The consultation period is from now until 31st August 2022.
You can respond by:
Using our new dedicated digital consultation platform(link is external)
Paper copy of form:
Collect paper copies of form at Epsom Library or Epsom town hall reception.
There is an opportunity to meet a member of the team:
Meet us on 11 and 13 August 10am – 4pm in the Ashley Centre.
Phone: 01372 73200
The Epsom Town Centre Masterplan will be a key piece of evidence to inform the Councils Local Plan (2022-2040) by identifying areas of development and where change needs to take place.
This will help identify areas of infrastructure (parking, transport etc) that will need to adapt and explore areas that could be further developed such as The Ashley Centre, UCA and Ebbisham Centre.
Epsom and Ewell Borough Council will publish a report which will explain how feedback from the community has been and will be taken into account to shape Epsom in the future.
There will be further opportunities to have your say as the master plan evolves
Further information will be published on the councils page in due course.
For more information on The Masterplan click on the link below:
Now is the time to have your say!