Trafford Council has extended the deadline for consultation on draft strategies for Sale Moor and Hale Villages.
The public consultation period was due to finish on 11 February 2020, but has been extended by four weeks to 10 March 2020.
Trafford Council has extended the consultation to gather more views and give people additional time to consider the plans following feedback received.
Both plans contain a number of ideas and proposals that could potentially be implemented in either Sale Moor or Hale Villages in order to improve them as destinations to visit, as places to live, work and spend time.
James Wright, Trafford Council’s Executive Member for Housing and Regeneration, said:
Moor and Hale are important local centres for both residents and businesses and we need to ensure they remain sustainable places which can flourish to meet the needs of the local community.
The draft Place Plans set out at ways to improve both areas by identifying potential development opportunities, measures to improve their environment and accessibility including how to make them better and safer places to move around.
I want the local community to be fully involved in the Place Plans and extending the consultation period will provide more opportunity for this. I would welcome your thoughts on the draft Place Plans as these will help to further shape their development.”
The surveys on Sale Moor and Hale Village will be open until Tuesday 10th March 2020 and can be found on the Trafford Citizen Space page.
Hard copies of the draft Place Plans can be viewed along with hard copies of the questionnaire in Hale and Sale Libraries.
Posted on Thursday 13th February 2020