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12th Feb 2002
Have Your Say in the Future of Leicester

The Leicester Regeneration Company is looking for people who live in Leicester, work in the city or local businesses that have an interest in the future development of the city to take part in a Future City Group.

The group will be involved throughout the consultation process and will play an integral role in the formation of the regeneration masterplan, which will form the basis of future development in Leicester.

The group, which will be made up of residents, businesses and interested parties, will work closely with Roger Tym and Partners, the consultant team who have been commissioned to produce the masterplan for regeneration in Leicester to help identify priorities and shape development in the city. The masterplan, which is due to be complete in September will dovetail with the other regeneration work already underway in the city. The Future City Group will meet monthly during the six month consultation period and will be involved in developing the vision for the city through public workshops and exhibitions.

The Leicester Regeneration Company, which was set up in April 2001 to facilitate development in the city, has identified the need for regeneration across the city concentrating on the Old Town, St Georges, Abbey Meadows, Frog Island and the city centre areas.

John Nicholls, Chief Executive of Leicester Regeneration Company said The masterplan will be the key tool in driving forward regeneration in Leicester. It is vital to us that as many people as possible get involved in helping to develop the masterplan and have a real say in the future of the their city.

If you are interested in having say in the future development of Leicester, please contact .


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