The current engagement exercise on developing Milngavie Community Hub is being extended until Friday 27 September.
Joint Council Leader Vaughan Moody confirmed, "Following our information sessions, we have received some constructive feedback in response to proposals to combine the facilities from the Town Hall and Lillie Art Gallery site with the Community Education Centre in a new Community Hub for the town. By extending the closing date for comments to the end of September, we are ensuring that all groups and individuals have the opportunity to review the proposals and give their feedback.”
Four engagement sessions were held in June, detailing the site analysis and outlining two potential options for the combined facility. The information from these sessions is on display in Milngavie Library and also available on the consultation section of the Council website: www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk/council/consultations/milngavie-community-hub-engagement-next-steps
Joint Council Leader Andrew Polson added, "Our community hubs are a key aspect of our new locality-based approach to Customer Service delivery and are at the heart of town centre regeneration as well as delivering efficiencies and savings. We are seeking feedback on the proposals for combining the facilities from Community Education Centre and Library with the Town Hall and Lillie Art Gallery to deliver a fit for purpose extended Community Hub facility for Milngavie."
Feedback can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org until close of play on Friday 27 September and the analysis of the feedback will inform the Council decision on Milngavie Community Hub.