The results of a survey on Knaresborough’s economic future are to be unveiled at a public meeting at Knaresborough House.
A presentation on the findings of the “Town Benchmarking Survey”, which was carried out late last year and included a “shoppers’ survey” will be given at an open meeting on Monday, March 4 at 6.45pm Knaresborough House.
All are welcome to the presentation, which be given by consultant Mike King from the Action for Market Towns.
The benchmarking survey was commissioned by Renaissance Knaresborough and organisers hope the results will highlight the strengths and weaknesses of the town centre, how could be improved, examples of good practice and how the town fares against over 120 other towns from across England and Wales.
The presentation will be followed at 7.45pm by Knaresborough’s Annual Town Meeting chaired by Mayor of Knaresborough Coun John Batt, in the assembly room in Knaresborough House.