‘Once in a generation’ chance to have your say on New Lanark’s plans for the future
You have until Thursday 31 May to comment on the proposals
It’s not often that you get to influence the strategy of a World Heritage Site and New Lanark is looking for public feedback on its consultation document, ‘A Vision for our Future’, which sets out its objectives for the next decade.
The document will form the basis of New Lanark’s World Heritage Site Management Plan over the next 10 years and New Lanark Trust is keen to co-operate with its partners, the community and its customers to shape the next stage of New Lanark’s history.
As part of the proposals, New Lanark has outlined its aspirations to complete the Beeches access road, introduce electric shuttle buses between Lanark and New Lanark, attain a four-star rating for its hotel and create an art loft in Mill 3 for exhibitions, events and functions.
After receiving feedback from staff and partners, New Lanark Trust is also keen to engage with the public about its plans.
Scott McCauley, New Lanark chief executive, said: “This is a once in a generation opportunity for our people, be they locals, visitors or supporters from around the world, to make their voice heard on a range of issues from how we tell our stories, to access and transport, to research and volunteering.
“Meaningful feedback and engagement will help New Lanark deliver world-class experiences in everything we do.”
To provide feedback, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 31 May.