Friday, March 16, 2007


Silver Hill development goes before Planning

The "Silver Hill Renaissance" is the most significant development plan to go before Winchester's Planning Development Control Committee during my short time on the City Council. It involves the re-design and re-building of a substantial and, currently, unprepossessing area of the city centre, including both the Friarsgate Multi-storey car park and the Bus Station.

As there is much public interest in this planning application I thought it would be useful to mention that it will be heard by a special meeting of the City's Planning Development Control Committee at the United Church, Jewry Street, on Tuesday 27th March beginning at 9.00am.

Members of the public are welcome to speak at this meeting, subject to certain restrictions – interested people should contact the Public Speaking Co-ordinator prior to 4.00pm Thursday 22 March 2007 on (01962) 848 339 for details and to register to speak.
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