Further proposed improvements to Romsey Town Centre

Hampshire County Council and Test Valley Borough Council have been working together to improve Romsey town centre to make it more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists, reduce traffic speeds and make the area more attractive for all who live, work and visit. The first phase of the work has now been completed at Church Street.

The Council is now encouraging residents, businesses and the wider community to have their say on the proposed second and third phases of improvements, which will be carried out on Bell Street and Market Place.

The new proposals, in which Hampshire County Council is planning to invest around £1.75 million, will aim to enhance Bell Street from its junction with Middlebridge Street to just south of the Market Place.

The proposals will be available to view at a public exhibition on Monday, 29 February at Crosfield Hall, Romsey, from 2pm to 7pm. The plans can also be viewed at the Former Magistrates’ Court, Romsey, and on the Test Valley Borough Council website.

The public will also be able to submit their views online from Friday, 26 February until Friday, 8 April 2016.

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