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Residents to have their say on latest proposals for College Bank and Lower Falinge

Rochdale residents are being invited to share their views on the latest proposals for College Bank and Lower Falinge.

RBH is organising two workshops for the local community, which will be held simultaneously from 10am until 3pm on Saturday 24th June 2017 at the Tenants and Residents Association Base in Town Mill Brow, and the Lower Falinge Community Base, Newstead.

The workshops are the latest in a series of events being held by RBH to enable local people to discuss long term options for the future of College Bank and Lower Falinge, and how investment in these neighbourhoods can create great places to live and work as part of a thriving Rochdale town centre.

Clare Tostevin, director of communities at RBH said:

“To date, we’ve held three community workshops in each neighbourhood, as well as informal drop-in sessions. These have been instrumental in helping us to evolve our ideas, understand concerns and find out what people would most like to see to help support thriving town centre living.

Based on this feedback, we’ve been working with our architects to further develop the proposals, and we will be sharing these plans on the 24th. Residents will also be given a time slot to ensure they can visit in smaller groups, making it easier for them to view details and discuss information with RBH or the architects.

We hope that the local community continue to get involved to ensure we can shape proposals that makes these town centre neighbourhoods great places to live and work for both existing and future residents.”

Further details about the workshops can be found at www.rbh.org.uk, by sending an e-mail to communitypartnership@rbh.org.uk or by calling RBH on 0800 027 7769 (option 6).

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