Central 6 area regeneration masterplan
The Warrington Central 6 Regeneration Masterplan will produce a plan to guide development, investment and projects in the central wards of the borough for the next 25-30 years. The main wards covered are Bewsey and Whitecross, Fairfield and Howley, Orford, Latchford East, Latchford West and Poplars and Hulme.
If you live or work in the central area please get involved and have your say over the plans - it's really important that you play your part in designing, prioritising and influencing the ideas and projects that get taken forward into the future.
The first round of engagement activities included drop-in sessions in each 'Central 6' area:
- Tuesday 13 November
12noon-2pm: The Old School, Fairfield Street, WA1 3AJ
3pm-5pm: St Hilda’s Mission, Slater Street, WA4 1DN
- Wednesday 14 November
12noon-4pm: Warrington Hospital Lobby, Lovely Lane, WA5 1QG
2.30pm-4.30pm: Little Stars’ Children’s, Boulting Avenue, WA5 0HA
- Thursday 15 November
10am-12noon: Westy Community Centre, Bridgewater Avenue, WA4 1TA
12.30pm-2.30pm: Latchford Community Hub St Margaret’s, Lindley Avenue, WA4 1QB
- Thursday 22 November
10am-5pm: Orford Jubilee Hub, Jubilee Way, WA2 8HE
6pm-8pm: Warrington Irish Club
- Friday 23 November
Morning: Community Café at Centre for Independent Living
4.30-6.30pm: Stall in Sainsbury’s foyer, Church Street
- Saturday 24 November
10am-1pm: Orford Community Hub, Festival Avenue, WA2 9EW
Alongside these, there will be a series of additional events and focus groups with community groups, schools, colleges and business.
You can also complete the online questionnaire which asks you to consider priorities such as housing, jobs, the environment, leisure and culture - and if you have any big ideas for the local area.
This is just the start of a programme of activity which, over the next six months, will give you, your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues, a range of opportunities to get involved in the plans. Keep up to date on the facebook page: fb.me/central6masterplan where all key messages and emerging priorities will be shared with the community early in 2019, and there will be another chance for you to contribute to the plans for the area.