Brimscombe Port’s latest plans – let us know your views
Stroud District Council’s latest plans for the multi-million-pound redevelopment of Brimscombe Port were revealed at a public consultation event on Thursday, 13th December.
Brimscombe Port is a former inland port dating back to the 1780s which became redundant after the era of the canals as a mode of transport came to an end. It was filled in during the 1960s and developed as an industrial site, and was earmarked as in need of significant regeneration by Stroud District Council.
Due to the high infrastructure costs, the scheme requires public funding. We were successful in securing £2m from Homes England in 2015 which we have match funded. Together these contributions will enable a developer partner to be selected to create a unique waterside attraction.
The plans will be available to view during opening times at The Ship Inn, Brimscombe from 14 December - 20th December. You can also download the plans and view the video below.
Have your say and complete a feedback form
Please use this form to give us your feedback on the latest plans for the regeneration of Brimscombe Port following the public consultation event held on the 13th December 2018.
The Council will not be responding to individual feedback but will be using the comments received to inform its future plans.
Submissions can be made up until 5.00pm on Friday 4th January.