CHESTER Visitor Centre was the venue for a packed special City Community Forum, which discussed development and regeneration in the city centre.
Chief executive of Chester Renaissance, Rita Waters, spoke about the aims of the programme of developments and improvements designed to make Chester a must see European city and the work being done with the public and private sector to make it happen.
The forum also discussed the Northgate development scheme and Cheshire West and Chester Council’s commitment to pursuing the project as well as the planning process and how it works.
Chairman, Councillor Tom Parry, said: “Feedback from this special meeting was very positive. Residents care about the future of their city and the quality of the environment and put their questions directly to those involved in these developments.
“They are keen that Chester’s cultural, retailing, leisure and tourism offer fits with the city’s historic environment.”