Residents in Heath Town will have the chance to comment on plans to transform the area next week (Wednesday 27 May).

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An exhibition setting out detailed information on development proposals for the Heath Town regeneration project will be on display at the Hope Centre, 234 Chervil Rise on Wednesday 27 May from 11am till 8pm.

The exhibition will include:

  • updated Masterplan proposals
  • plans for the sports courts between Chervil Rise and Long Ley, a new play area and outdoor gym equipment
  • latest proposals for the old Duke of York site

Residents are invited to come along, have a look at the plans and take up the opportunity to talk through proposals with representatives from the city council. They will also be encouraged to complete a short survey with their feedback.

Councillor Peter Bilson, Wolverhampton City Council's Cabinet Member for City Assets, said: "We are committed to regeneration in the city.  The proposals for Heath Town are taking shape and I would urge everyone to attend this event and see the exciting plans for themselves and give their feedback."

The survey is available online at Type=links;Linkid=6090;Title=Heath Town Estate Regeneration Proposals Survey;Target=_blank; until 2 June, 2015.

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For more details about the regeneration project contact Sangita Kular on 01902 553362 or email

  • released: Thursday 21 May, 2015