Throughout May, Gloucester City Council is asking the public for its views on design ideas for the city centre.

From the 5th-15th May, a series of walk in sessions and an online consultation will be launched by the council to gather feedback on design suggestions for a new ‘public realm scheme’ in the city centre.

The area of focus for this scheme is across the four gates streets, with emphasis on the cross, Westgate Street, and Eastgate Street.

Suggestions for new street furniture and ways to improve the current public space will be available for comment.

Members of the public, businesses and other organisations are encouraged to submit feedback that will then be incorporated into what the public space in the city centre will look like in the future.

Walk-in session will be held at Unit 16, Kings Walk, GL1 1RW on Friday 5th May between 3pm-7pm, and on Saturday 6th May between 11am-3pm.

Feedback can also be submitted online through the Gloucester City Council website from Friday 5th May until Monday 15th May.

Anthony Hodge, head of regeneration at Gloucester City Council, said: “It’s really important that the people of Gloucester let us know what they think of our proposed designs for the city centre public space.

“I’d encourage people to either drop in and speak to us or let us know their thoughts through our online consultation.”

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