We asked you about your town
Everyone has their own experience of a place. We wanted to know how you feel about visiting, working in or living in Huddersfield Town Centre. Kirklees Council colleagues were out and about in the town centre from July to August 2019. We struck up conversations with citizens whilst you were out in the town centre or at community groups, meetings or local venues. We also held some drop-in events and offered the option of taking part online.
What happens next?
We’re really pleased that local organisations who hosted our “How do you feel about Huddersfield?” conversations are keen to have follow up sessions to talk through the results with citizens. We’ll be getting in touch to organise this.
We’re sharing these results with our Planning colleagues at Kirklees Council, who are leading on the Huddersfield Blueprint. What citizens have said will shape the actions and priorities within a revised, final version of the blueprint. The aim is to produce this by the end of 2019.
Your feedback is an important part of the evidence base for the Huddersfield Area Action Plan, which will provide a planning framework and policies to support the blueprint and town centre regeneration.
This is just one of the ways in which the results can be used to help make our local places even better. We’ve published our summary results and the full data from our conversations, so that anyone who has an interest in Huddersfield Town Centre can find out what people said.
If you’d like to find out more, if you’re interested in making use of our data to change things in Huddersfield Town Centre, or if you have any questions, please contact:
Democracy Service, Kirklees Council
Tel. 01484 221000 and ask for Vina Randhawa
How do you feel about Huddersfield? timeline
Where: Huddersfield Town Centre
When: 8th July to 18th August 2019
Results published: November 2019
Organised by: Kirklees Council
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