Public invited to drop-in consultation sessions on the next steps for Station Approach

Members of the public will be given the opportunity to find out what’s in store for Station Approach in a series of open drop-in consultation events.

The events, which will be held at the Old Winchester Registry Office on Station Hill, aim to provide an update on the scheme as well as giving the public the opportunity to give their views ahead of the a planning application which is due to be submitted in early March.

Representatives from the architects, Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands as well as council officers will be available to answer questions and to give further detail on the scheme which is expected to bring £81m to the local economy.

The events will take place on

Saturday 23 February 2019:

12:30 – 3:00pm at Winchester Registry Office, Station Hill Winchester

Tuesday 26 February 2019:

5:00 – 8:00pm at Winchester Registry Office, Station Hill Winchester

In addition, a static exhibition will be on display at the Winchester Discovery Centre from Thursday 21 February to Thursday 28 February during their opening times, (9am – 7pm, Monday – Thursday; 9am to 5pm Saturday and 11am to 3pm Sunday)

The public are also welcome to attend the council's Overview & Scrutiny Committee meeting on Wednesday 20 March 2019 from 6.30pm, at Guildhall Winchester, when the committee will be examining the Station Approach outline business case.

Councillor Steve Miller, Chairman of the Station Approach Cabinet Committee said:

“We are really looking forward to talking to our residents about the exciting plans for the Station Approach area, to listen to their views and to share the next steps with them. Our team of architects will be available to talk through any worries or concerns and the information we collect will help us to deliver this major project for the benefit of all.”