Consultation into Tower Hamlets infrastructure expansion
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What new infrastructure would you like to see happen in the borough?
That’s the subject of a consultation by Tower Hamlets Council, which recognises the additional pressure on transport, schools and healthcare facilities as a result of new housing and business developments.
Running until August 8, it seeks to find out what residents would like to see built or expanded.
In addition to understanding local people’s infrastructure priorities, the council is engaging with local people and giving them an opportunity to nominate projects that they would like to see delivered in their neighbourhood.
A meeting is taking place at the Idea Store Bow, in Roman Road, tonight between 5pm and 8pm.
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All are welcome to attend.
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