We are excited to be able to share the design proposals with you and have tried to offer the information in a number of different formats. We hope you can take the time to either view the Interactive Exhibition, read through the Proposals section on the website, or join us in one of our online presentation sessions.
Although we would have preferred, in more normal times, to have had a physical exhibition available to view in a convenient nearby location, where we could meet and discuss the project face to face, we have tried to offer the same information but online instead. This way you can still find out about the proposals and give us your feedback, but at time convenient for you, and without having to leave your home. You can find out more about each of the formats below.
The exhibition is an interactive way for you to view and comment on the pre-planning design proposals for Kingsbury and Market Square, at a time to suit you. In the exhibition, the information is organised into slides that are divided in to five sections. It is like a slide show but you can zoom in and navigate around any of the photographs and drawings in order to see all the details. Also, as you move through the proposals slides there are opportunities for you to to add any comments you have and ask questions about anything that is unclear. We will read and respond to your comments and questions when required.
The exhibition will be live for comments for two weeks 15th February - 1st March, and it will still be available to view until 15th March but comments will no longer be able to be added.
At the end of the exhibition you can take the survey to leave your feedback in another way.
If you want to take your time to really get into the details of the project, zoom in and navigate around the drawings, and have the opportunity to leave comments as you go, this might be the best option for you. The exhibition works best on a desktop computer or tablet.
The same information that is included in the Interactive Exhibition can also be viewed on the project website in the Proposals section. The information is divided into five sections and you can scroll through the information like a blog. In this format you can view the same information as in the exhibition but you can't zoom in and navigate around the drawings or leave comments as you look through. You can share your feedback via the survey instead, which is available once you've read through each section.
If you just want to view the information quickly on your phone for example, this might be the best option for you.
There is no time limit on being able to view the proposals online, but we may update the information as the project progresses.
Starting on 15th February - 24th February, there will be a series of sessions where the design team will talk through a presentation of the proposals and there will be time for comments and questions at the end. There will be separate sessions for: local residents and town centre users, businesses, landlords, market traders, and anyone with a specific interest in heritage. You can find out more about the different sessions and register to attend on the Get Involved page.
We look forward to receiving your feedback!
If you have any accessibility requirements and you would prefer to view the proposals or share your feedback in another way, please get in touch via the Contact Us page.
Are you a business or landlord with a property located around Kingsbury and Market Square? We want to hear from you! Through December and January we have been offering some times and dates for you to book a 30 minute 1-1 chat with the design team. Don't miss out - read on for more information on how to book.
Read about who we are, our overall ambition for the project, and how you can get involved.
In this update we explain the different findings from our stage one questionnaires for both Kingsbury and Market Square.