Shepton Mallet Journal - 08 July 2015
A date has been set for the second public consultation over the future of Shepton Mallet prison.
City and Country, the development firm which acquired the prison for an undisclosed fee earlier in the year, will be announces again opening the doors of the prison to the public. The sate set as Tuesday, July 14.
Having evaluated the public feedback received from the opening consultation, held in May, City and Country will be presenting their initial plans for the site.
Vistors will be able to access a section of the prison, and they will again be able to provide further feedback on the designs and ideas presented at this stage.
Helen Moore, managine director of City & Country, said “We’re looking forward to returning to Shepton Mallet and opening the doors of this historic prison to the public for a second time.
“Following our first public consultation, we shall be presenting out initial ideas on how the prison could be used in the fute, and we hope the local community will come and share their feedback once again.”
The consultation will be held between 3pm and 8pm at HM Prison Shepton Mallet, Cornhill Street, Shepton Mallet, BA4 5LU.
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