Ideas required for Ham uplift programme

Engaging: Pamela Fleming wants your suggestions

Engaging: Pamela Fleming wants your suggestions

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People in Ham can have their say on how a rejuvenation project should improve a street in the area.

Residents will be asked for their views on how money from Richmond Council’s uplift programme should be invested in Ham Close, which is home to 192 people and owned by Richmond Housing Partnership.

The Prince’s Foundation has been commissioned to create a vision for the area by working with the community before a formal proposal is put forward.

People can input ideas and meet with the group during drop-in sessions at Ham library from January 15 to 17 at 2pm to 5pm, while the Prince's Foundation will give a presentation at Grey Court School on January 20 at 6.15pm.

Councillor Pamela Fleming, cabinet member for environment, said: “We are still some way off any formal proposals, but we want to work with residents in the local area early on in the process to ensure their views help shape any potential improvements in Ham.”

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