Not too late to give your views on wildflowers, green spaces and play
7 January 2021It's not too late to take part in Cheshire West and Chester Council's consultation on how it manages wildflower planting, parks and open spaces, and outdoor play and youth areas in the borough.
The Council plans to produce an overarching Environmental Management Strategy, for Council-owned land and facilities, which will include a review of its current Play Strategy, a Wildflower and Grassland Strategy, and a Parks and Greenspaces Strategy.
Council Leader and Cabinet Member for Wellbeing, Councillor Louise Gittins, said: "Council-owned parks and green spaces are a vital part of the borough, providing spaces to help improve the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of residents and attracting visitors to the area. We've had a great response to our consultation so far with lots of people giving their views, it's not too late to have your say. Please let us know what you think of our proposals regarding wildflower planting, grass cutting, and play and youth areas."
The eight-week consultation closes on Monday 25 January 2021. Residents can give their views by taking part online at: