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Bridgend Town Centre Access Survey

This consultation is now closed

Don’t forget you can still have your say on improving council services by clicking here to join our Citizens’ Panel.

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Overview

Bridgend County Borough Council has recently commissioned a study to review methods and assess risks of re-introducing traffic to Queen Street, Dunraven Place and Market Street in Bridgend town centre.

The council would like you to share your views on the proposal and the impact it would have on you and the wider economy.

This consultation is now closed

Don’t forget you can still have your say on improving council services by clicking here to join our Citizens’ Panel.

How to respond

This consultation period will begin on the 8 August 2016 and close on the 24 October 2016. You can respond or ask further questions in the following ways:

All completed responses will be entered in a free prize draw to win a £100 gift voucher for events held at Porthcawl Pavilion and Maesteg Town Hall, terms and conditions apply.

Contact

Communications, Marketing and Engagement

Bridgend County Borough Council
Website: Online form
Telephone: 01656 643664
Address: Civic Offices, Angel Street, Bridgend, CF31 4WB.

Alternative formats are also available upon request.

Visit: Look out for us in your local area between 11am and 3pm on the following days:

The schedule of public meetings.
Venue Date
Sarn - McArthur Glen 15 August - 17 August
Bridgend Town Centre market 22 August - 24 August
Bridgend Tesco Extra 30 August - 1 September

Join our Q&A on Twitter and Facebook:

The schedule of consultation over social media.
Activity Date Time
Twitter and Facebook 1 September 18:00 - 19:30

Consultation

Projected timetable for procedure and proposal implementation.

The consultation timetable.
Activity Date
Response deadline 24 October 2016
Final report published 4 January 2016
Report to Cabinet on the outcomes of the consultation. 10 January 2016
Potential implementation 1 April 2017

This consultation is now closed

Don’t forget you can still have your say on improving council services by clicking here to join our Citizens’ Panel.

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