CHESTER residents and visitors are being invited to find out more about the newly-launched One City Plan at an open day this weekend.
Following the success of the first event on Tuesday, another drop-in session will take place in the Palatine Room at Chester Town Hall on Saturday (July 14) from 10am-2pm.
They are part of a monthly programme of events to keep residents and visitors updated on exciting plans to shape Chester into a world class city by 2027.
Touch screens will give the latest information on various projects and initiatives and staff from Chester Renaissance will be on hand to answer questions.
Professor Steven Broomhead, chairman of Chester Renaissance, said: “The open days are part of a comprehensive engagement plan to keep the community updated as this exciting strategy for our city unfolds.”
The plan draws together initiatives, projects and ideas into a blueprint that embraces every aspect of the city’s future from business to commerce to culture, leisure, tourism and heritage.
Priorities scheduled for the next three years are: Chester’s Business Quarter; a concept scheme for the Northgate Development; an 800-seat theatre at the former Odeon building and The Rows Project, building on its environmental improvement and conservation management plan.