Saturday 19 March 2011

Public consultation on the Level plans

As a result of previous consultations and workshops over a considerable period Brighton & Hove City Council have now come up with two designs for restoring and improving the Level. Residents have two weeks in which to express their views on what they think is the best option. The plans can be viewed at the following venues:-

Staffed exhibitions:
Thu 24 March 12 noon – 4pm at the old Co-Op Building, Corner of Baker Street & London Road
Tue 29 March 2pm – 5pm at Phoenix Gallery opposite St Peter’s Church
Unstaffed exhibitions:
Mon 14 March to Sat 26 March at the old Co-Op Building, Corner of Baker Street & London Road
Mon 28 March to Thu 31 March at the Jubilee Library Foyer

Or they can be viewed on line or downloaded, and a survey completed, by going to:-

As expected residents are being asked to choose between leaving the skatepark (improved) in its present location or moving it to the north of the rose-walk. The former will impinge on the historic openness of the northern section of the Level; the latter will allow a more spacious re-creation of the southern ornamental garden. I suspect it will be a close call but surely no one can complain about lack of consultation.
Option 1
Option 2

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