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Additional drop-in held for your views on St Peter Port Regeneration Areas

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Tuesday 24 November 2020

An additional public drop-in session will be held on Saturday December 5th to give Islanders a further opportunity to share their views on three areas of St Peter Port designated as 'Regeneration Areas'.

The three Regeneration Areas comprise the Lower Pollet, South Esplanade and Mignot Plateau, and Mansell Street/Le Bordage.

The drop-in is being facilitated by the Development & Planning Authority on behalf of Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design and will be held at the George Crossan Gallery in the Market Buildings between 10am-1pm. The drop-in is the second such event being held, with the first seeing more than 100 people attending. Planning Service representatives will again be on hand to gather feedback and answer questions.

This event is part of an initial consultation run by Tibbalds. For anyone not able to attend the drop-in event, more information on the Regeneration Areas and details on how to submit comments can be found at https://gov.gg/developmentframeworks.

Following this initial consultation, a combined draft Development Framework for the three areas will be developed, which will then be followed by a further round of consultation that will take place during a formal six-week period in spring 2021.

Jim Rowles, Director of Planning for the Planning Service commented:

"We were really pleased to see so much interest from Islanders in the first drop-in, but we know it came a fairly short notice for some people so we've organised for a further opportunity to invite people to discuss the Regeneration Areas and share their views on how the areas. The input from Islanders we've had so far has been really valuable so we're looking forward to more ideas and insights at the next drop-in."

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