DIY Streets Kings Heath and Kings Heath Residents’ Forum are co-hosting an open presentation and feedback evening on the proposals to make the High Street safer and more attractive for everyone who uses it.
The meeting takes place on Tuesday, 10 February 2015 from 6:30pm–8:00pm at:
Kings Heath Community Centre
8 Heathfield Road, Kings Heath B14 7DB
This open, public meeting is for anyone who is interested in the High Street design proposals – all are welcome to attend and you don’t need to be a resident in Kings Heath.
Come along to hear about the current plans, meet the project team, ask questions and give your feedback on the designs.
The final design suggestions will be handed over to Birmingham City Council in mid-February, who will look at specifics such as traffic modelling and a safety audit. The designs will then go through the Council’s formal consultation and approval process.
“Please take a look at the latest plans for the Kings Heath High Street below and let us know what you think!
The design is now moving into the more finalised stages and Sustrans are currently refining the details of the High Street proposals. We still keen to find out what people think to try and reach an overall consensus on the designs before passing them to the Council to go through formal consultation. At the moment the phase 1 improvements are due to take place on the ground next year. The proposals are still open for consultation and if you would like to submit any comments, feedback or ideas please leave them on here or contact me (Jenny Barlow, project coordinator) directly:
Dates for December events where you can come along and take part in the process will be announced very shortly.”