I recently received the latest copy of Billericay Town Council’s publication, The Town Crier. Top of page one was all about the proposed redevelopment of the Chantry Way Centre and the consultation about this which is happening now. So I thought it would be a good idea to invite Town Councillor Adam Adshead to the studio to talk about the proposed redevelopment and some of the other news items in The Town Crier. Adam obliged and joined me today.
As well as Chantry Way Centre we talked about Billericay’s Citizen and Young Citizen of the year, Lake Meadows Skate Park, the Billericay Town Litter Pick, plans to illuminate the war memorial, the Billericay Art Trail, and CCTV.
You can listen to our chat here –
You can take part in the Town Council’s consultation on the proposed redevelopment of the Chantry Way Centre on the Town Council’s website here
The Open Day is being held at the Chantry Way Centre this Saturday 11th August from 10am to 4pm when you will be able to talk to both representatives from the Town Council and architects. The Chantry Way centre is accessed from the top of Chantry Way or from the High Street (between The Chequers and Ravens Bakery).