A BIRD-VIEWING platform could be erected in Parkgate.
Neston Town Council, in partnership with the RSPB and in association with Cheshire West and Chester Council and Natural England, is considering submitting plans for approval to erect two decked viewing platforms, which would extend from the sea wall.
They would provide a walked access to view the wildlife on the pond by the boathouse and the newly created pond off the Donkey Stand.
This proposal has been shaped in line with Neston Town Council’s continued fight against the mosquito menace and is part of the Parkgate Marsh Works Project, which has resulted in the main gutters being dredged for the first time in 15 years and the creation of the two new ponds.
Members of the community are invited to comment on the proposals.
A public consultation will be held on Saturday, October 29, at St Thomas’s Church, Mostyn Square, Parkgate, between 10am and 4pm and comment forms will be available at the event.
Neston town councillors, together with staff from Cheshire West and Chester Council, RSPB and specialist contractors, will be available to help explain the proposals and to answer any questions.