Stockport’s Lib Dem team are encouraging residents to have their say by contributing to a consultation on the future of leisure services here in Stockport, including a plan to build a new leisure centre that could be located in Adswood or Bridgehall.
The Council has undertaken a full review of the leisure facilities it owns and made a set of ambitious proposals to raise the quality of leisure services throughout Stockport.
The plans involves building a new leisure centre to serve the town centre, Edgeley, Adswood and Bridgehall, as well as improvement of existing facilities around the borough to ensure they become well used by residents and sustain themselves financially.
But local Lib Dems are keen that residents have their say on the proposals before the Council moves forward with the plans and are asking people to take part in the consultation via the Council website.
Local Councillor Ann Smith said of the proposals: “As a councillor representing Adswood and Bridgehall I will continue to fight to make sure residents I represent get their fair share of leisure services. I hope local residents agree with me and read the proposals, and take part in the Council’s consultation.”
Residents can contribute to the consultation online, or via their local leisure centre or library.