The Andover Town Access Plan is currently undergoing consultation and residents have until 4.30pm on Friday 12 December to contribute their feedback.
The plan aims to set out a shared vision for how access to facilities and services within the town will be improved. The Council is seeking feedback on existing and planned transport schemes, such as pedestrian crossings and dropped kerbs, as well as ideas for improvements in and around Andover.
The document will be available at the Council’s Beech Hurst office, Andover, and on the Council’s website, from Friday, 17 October.
Planning and Transport Portfolio Holder, Councillor Martin Hatley, said: “It is important for us to consult with as many members of the public as possible to make sure we have identified the schemes to improve accessibility in Andover. The future of the town will be shaped by the priorities of local residents, businesses and other stakeholders and so we urge you to come forward and have your say about your local area.”
The Council is also set to launch a consultation on similar documents for Romsey and the rest of Test Valley later this year. For more information, please visit www.testvalley.gov.uk