Stockport Council is asking for local residents to share views on proposals for a new Leisure and Community Hub in Marple.
The council will hold a series of public engagement events to help shape the plans.
The sessions will be an opportunity for Marple residents to speak to the appointed architects and project team to raise questions and make suggestions to inform the designs of the Community Hub.
At the sessions, the architects will undertake a series of interactive exercises to ensure they get the most out of residents’ ideas and feedback.
Drop-in events will take place at Marple Library on the following dates:
- Friday 13th March: 10:00-12:00/13:00-15:00
- Wednesday 25th March: 15:00-17:00/18:00-20:00
Cllr Sheila Bailey, Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport, said:
We know that the future of leisure provision in Marple is really important to local residents and we want to make sure they have an opportunity to shape the designs our architects develop. We are really keen on hearing your views and I would encourage people to attend the sessions.”
For those unable to attend the drop-in sessions, there will also be the opportunity to give your views online via the Stockport Council website from Friday 13 March until Friday 27 March.
The designs for the Community Hub developed through this process will be used to put together a detailed business case for a new facility in Marple and prepare full plans, which the public will have an opportunity to comment on at a later date.