People from across Renfrewshire will have the chance to comment on key documents for Paisley’s rich built heritage at upcoming public consultation events.
Through these events and an online survey people will be able to review two documents – Paisley Town Centre Conservation Area Draft Character Appraisal and the Draft Management Plan – which set out the town centre’s unique selling points and distinguishing assets.
Exhibitions will take place at the Lagoon Leisure Centre from Monday 22 – Sunday 28 January and at Paisley Central Library from Tuesday 30 – Friday 2 February where members of the public will have the chance to view the exhibition and the consultation documents and feedback their comments.
Members of the project team will be available to answer questions from the public at the following consultation sessions:
Lagoon Leisure Centre
- Tuesday 23 January – 12pm – 3pm
- Thursday 25 January – 4pm – 7pm
Paisley Central Library
- Tuesday 30 January – 12pm – 3pm
- Thursday 1 February – 4pm – 7pm
Those who are unable to attend the exhibitions or public consultation events can access the same information and provide comment through the online survey which can be accessed via www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/
Renfrewshire Council leader, Councillor Iain Nicolson, said: “These consultation events give the public a chance to find out more about how we deliver heritage-led regeneration in the town with a view to bringing a range of social, environmental and economic benefits to the town and wider Renfrewshire area.
“This is a chance for the people of Paisley and Renfrewshire to help shape how we continue to safeguard the stunning architecture and heritage of our town for future generations.”
To find out more please visit: www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/