PLANS to transform Hounslow into a cosmopolitan, 24-hour town are going on public display this weekend.
An exhibition about the council's 'master plan' for Hounslow town centre will be in the High Street, outside the Treaty Centre, tomorrow (Friday, May 10) and Saturday, from 11am to 4pm.
The blueprint sets out plans to regenerate the town over the next eight years, making it a thriving entertainment and shopping hotspot.
The proposals will then be on view at Hounslow Civic Centre, in Lampton Road, Hounslow, from Monday (May 13) until June 8, when consultation closes.
Councillor Ruth Cadbury, cabinet member for planning and regeneration, said: "It's crucial we hear from residents about what they think of our plans to make their borough a more prosperous and better place to live and work."
The plans include creating:
* a shopping and entertainment complex, including a cinema, in the car park opposite ASDA
* a new civic facility in the Bath Road car park beside Yates's, which could offer council services and include an arts performance space
The plans will be discussed at next Thursday's (May 16) central Hounslow area committee meeting, at the Civic Centre, from 7.30pm, which is open to the public.
You can find out more and have your say at http://www.hounslow.gov.uk/index/council_and_democracy/consultations/masterplan_may13.htm