Local residents are being offered a further chance next week to find out more and offer their feedback and comments on the emerging designs for the Lennoxtown Community Hub.
A spokesperson for East Dunbartonshire Council said: “Following on from the two successful information sessions held in May, a further drop-in session will be held on Wednesday, July 9, in Campsie Memorial Hall to provide an update as to how the design of the community hub has progressed.
“This second event follows on from approval by council at its meeting on June 26 to progress with the revised design for the new hub, which sees over £5million of investment in this new community asset and assists with the regeneration of the village centre.”
This second event will showcase a full illustration of the updated proposed design of the revised hub prior to finalising the details ahead of the submission of a planning application.
Council officers, representatives from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and the council’s development partner, hub West Scotland will also be available at the drop in session to address any comments and questions raised by members of the community.
Council leader Rhondda Geekie said: “This is another opportunity for residents to find out more about what is planned for the new facility and provide us with further feedback as we move towards making this new facility a reality.
“We have listened to the feedback from the local community and this has played an important part in informing the new hub design. This feedback has been integrated where appropriate.
The drop-in session at Campsie Memorial Hall will be open to the public from 3pm-8pm and everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.