The Pedestrianisation of Houldsworth Street
up to The Burton Building's doors with a level surface at pavement height. An example of this is the area next to Siop Shop on Tib Street.
For the rest of the street we propose partial pedestrianisation until it meets Spear St.
This allows loading, unloading bikes, disabled access, and emergency fire access to all buildings.
We’d suggest a gate like there is on Dorsey Street (off Tib Street, next to the chippy) where residents and businesses that require access can hold a key.
Considerations we take as a community focused business:
Outdoor Seating Noise
We understand that our guests enjoying themselves responsibly outside creates noise. We, therefore, propose a sunset+45 minute end to the outdoor seating area giving an end time of around 9 pm (sunset time changes daily)
Emergency Access & Nighttimes
Everything bar the planters will come in at night. Everything can be moved in seconds should an emergency happen. Crime Groups of friends, families and residents prevent crime by acting as witnesses to everything that goes on, on the street. The back roads used to be used by criminals; we want this to stop.
We already take pride in our perimeter. We will clear any mess created by our guests or passers-by. It is in our interest to have the area as pretty as possible. Most of the litter on Houldsworth st comes from cars parking and emptying their rubbish onto the street at night.
For Cats & Dogs
We will provide water and treats to all animals City Centre Living Apartments don't have gardens. It's the sacrifice we take to live at the heart of a vibrant city. We will do everything possible to turn grey into green.
For Disability & Pram Access
We wish to serve all members of the community equally. Once the pavement is raised, this would allow accessible wheelchair or pram access.
For The Visually Impaired
We would ensure walkways are kept clear for the visually impaired.
We'd like to hear your