Issue Date: 01 April 2014
BEESTON IS TRANSFORMING!
AS BEESTON looks ahead to a new tram system and town centre Square, it’s an exciting time in Broxtowe. Borough residents are being urged to have their say on how they would like to see the town improve for the future.
The questionnaire is available online at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/beestonsurvey and is quick and easy to fill in, using a series of drop down boxes to rate a number of ideas in order of priority, as well as providing an opportunity to give their own, practical and fundable suggestions.
There are many opportunities and initiatives that could make Beeston a better place to work, shop, visit and relax. Options include replacing street furniture, introducing free accessible Wi-Fi across the town centre, improving Christmas decorations, a TV screen in The Square and installing a new sculpture.
Cabinet Member for Economy and Regeneration at Broxtowe Borough Council, Councillor David Watts said: “This is an important time for Broxtowe and the views of local residents are extremely important to the Council to ensure that Beeston is a place with quality amenities for local residents, businesses and shoppers alike.”
Broxtowe Borough Council are keen to hear from as many residents, business and shoppers as possible and will be promoting the questionnaires across the borough including through Beeston BID and Beeston and District Civic Society.
Anyone who would like a hardcopy of the questionnaire should look out for the Town Centres Team stall at Beeston Market.
The questionnaire will run on the Council’s website until Monday 30th June.