Last opportunity to make your views known - Survey closes Saturday 30th June

Malmesbury Town Council is seeking the views of residents, shops, businesses and visitors on a resident's suggestion that the area around the Market Cross should be pedestrianised.

 

A pilot survey is taking place during June. It asks for views on options ranging from no pedestrianisation other than for the Friday Market and special events as at present, suspension of parking for some weekends and Sundays, through to permanent pedestrianisation that would see the loss of the nine free car parking places. The results will help the Town Council decide whether a more detailed investigation should be conducted. 

Survey forms are available in the Town Hall, the Library, some shops and other locations around the town. The survey is also available online here. [https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NYXT23H ]

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Last opportunity to make your views known - Survey closes Saturday 30th June Malmesbury Town Council is seeking the views of residents, shops, businesses and visitors on a resident's suggestion that the area around the Market Cross should be pedestrianised.
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