Pelsall Civic Society is urging villagers to take part in the consultations about the proposed York’s Bridge development.
Walsall Council has announced a series of consultations across the borough during March and April so that residents can find out more about the planned scheme for a new bridge to be built alongside the historic York’s Bridge in Norton Road.
As part of the scheme, a small area of North Common will be deregistered to make way for building work and Moat Farm Pool on the corner of Wolverhampton Road/Norton Road will be transferred to common land status in a transfer.
Andrew Weller, chairman of Pelsall Civic Society, said: “We would urge all Pelsall residents to attend the meetings and ask questions.
“The Civic Society will be asking our local councillors to arrange public meetings so we can ask questions from a public meeting point of view rather than individual point of view where information can be confusing.
“We ask residents to also ask our councillors to call a public meeting as this proposal affects all village residents.”
For more information about the consultation, visit the Walsall Council website, which has a page dedicated to the proposed scheme.