Three more feedback events are to take place on proposals to give Aylesbury new state of the art library.
The proposals by Buckinghamshire County Council to give Aylesbury a state of the art library, costing £366,000, have so far received feedback from more than 500 people.
During August 2017 residents had the opportunity to visit three exhibitions to meet the design team and to look at the renovation plans which aim to integrate the lending library and study centre.
Plans include improved access to study centre resources, new children’s and teenage sections, new meeting rooms, longer opening hours, more advanced technology and better toilets.
Three more exhibition events are planned to give residents an opportunity to give their feedback, these are on :
- Thursday 14th September 2017 from 2.30pm to 5.00pm in the study centre.
- Tuesday 19th September 2017 from 2.00pm to 6.00pm in the lending library.
- Thursday 21th September 2017 from 2.00pm to 6.00pm in the study centre.
Noel Brown, Cabinet Member for Community Engagement and Public Health at Buckinghamshire County Council, said: ‘Our aim is to give Aylesbury a library fit for the 21st century, and in a prime position in the town centre.
Our plans aren’t cast in stone, which is why we want people to feed into the design team’s ideas.‘
Plans can be seen on the County Council website at http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/services/libraries/find-a-library/aylesbury/a-new-library-for-aylesbury/.