Extra public exhibitions about the Chichester Vision to take place

Residents will have extra opportunities to find out more about the Chichester Vision with two additional 'View the Vision' public exhibitions due to take place this week.

The exhibitions have been organised in response to demand from the public and will take place on:

  • Friday 3 March, 11am - 6pm in Committee Room 2 at the Chichester District Council offices, East Pallant House.
  • Saturday 4 March, 11am - 3pm at the Old Court Room in the City Council House, North Street; and

The full draft Vision will be available to view plus copies of the background studies and research documents.

The consultation is an opportunity for people in Chichester to help shape the future of their city and have their say on how they would like the city to evolve over the next 20 years.

The Chichester Vision aims to enhance the city, attract inward investment and stimulate economic growth.  It contains a wealth of ideas that have been put forward by groups and organisations across the city. The aim is to help Chichester capitalise on its heritage and culture while also adapting to better meet the needs of residents, workers, students and visitors.

The consultation will end on Sunday 19 March and people are being encouraged to read the draft Vision and comment

Paper copies are available to read at the main Chichester District Council offices at East Pallant House, The Novium Museum, Chichester City Council and Chichester Library.

Date of release: 28 February 2017       

Reference: 3699