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Brentwood Council will outline plans for future use of town hall

PUBLISHED: 09:15 19 June 2012

Proposals for the future of the town hall in Brentwood will be discussed on July 12

Proposals for the future of the town hall in Brentwood will be discussed on July 12

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Brentwood Council will be outlining options for the future use of the town hall.

The council’s Town Hall Delivery Group (THDG) and council leader Cllr Louise McKinlay will hold a question and answer session on Thursday, July 12, about the outline business case options for the use of the building.

Five options will be presented to full council on July 18 for a decision and the question and answer session will be a chance for residents to hear more about the proposals.

Cllr Russell Quirk, chair of the THDG, said: “The group has been committed to this project and we’ve made excellent progress with members, officers and consultants working together.

“It has been a robust and transparent process which has helped us to develop what we believe is a sound business case with five options for members to consider.

“The advance q&a session for the public is important for us, as we progress our work together and the business case in an open and transparent way.

“We know the future of the town hall building is something that residents are very passionate about, and the outcome we’re all agreed on is that we need to make better economic use of the space. Please do join us to find out more.”

The group has been working together since August 2011, and the options presented to full council will be based on recommendations agreed by the council in July 2011 with options to develop the existing town hall and car park sites.


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