RBH and renowned architects Levitt Bernstein have announced the date for the first set of community workshops in College Bank and Lower Falinge, as they work with the local community to develop proposals to make these neighbourhoods better places to live and work.
The two workshops will take place simultaneously on Monday 6th February 2017 between 4pm and 7pm. The venues will be Lower Falinge Community Base (238 Newstead) and the community room at Mitchell Hey, College Bank.
College Bank and Lower Falinge have endured sustained and unfair negative headlines over a number of years. RBH continues to work alongside the local community and partners to ensure that those who live in College Bank and Lower Falinge are fairly portrayed, and to improve the homes and environment. Both neighbourhoods need high levels of investment to ensure that they provide the quality of homes that residents in Central Rochdale deserve.
All those who live or work in or around College Bank and Lower Falinge are welcome to attend and to have their say.
Andrew Johnson, secretary of the College Bank Tenants and Residents Association, and tenant member and vice chair of the RBH Representative Body, commented:
“These workshops are the first of a number of opportunities to make sure that the local community in College Bank and Lower Falinge can help us to shape a brighter future for their neighbourhoods. I would encourage all those living and working in the area to get involved and have their say.”