Fleet Town Council

Fleet Town Council

Fleet Future

 

                           

Documents

 

Town Plan

 

High Street Benchmarking Report (2015)

 

 Fleet Cycle Map

 

 

 

March 2017 – FLEET FUTURE WAVES GOODBYE!

 

After three years’ of hard work, the community group Fleet Future has successfully delivered on its mission! This small group of hard working volunteers has accomplished a lot during this period. When they came together in 2012, their first job was to consult the people of Fleet and develop a plan based on what they were told. The result was the 2013 Fleet Town Plan with its 17 recommendations – and Fleet Future members are proud that many of these have now been delivered.

 

Request

Helped to deliver

More Events

Fleet Fashion Show, Fleet Food Festival and Fleet Film by providing ideas, resource and expertise

Better information re: Fleet footpaths & cycleways

Fleet Community Map now successfully provides this information on line at www.fleetcommunitymap.co.uk

Businesses working together

Fleet Business Forum (working towards BID and, if successful, will lead to investment of £750,000 in town centre improvement projects)

Identity for Fleet

Now featuring in Business Forum & BID publicity material and part of Business Plan

Car Parking

Part of HDC’s “Task & Finish Group” reviewing parking.  As a result new parking charges rolled out and pay on exit system planned for Fleet car park

Public Transport in Fleet

Won grant from Government’s “First Steps” programme. Brought together representatives of HDC/FTC/Communicare & Buses-in-Fleet to work on proposals for those without transport and now looking at wider transport provision

 

Chair of Fleet Future, Michael Butcher, said “Having accomplished our objectives, or passed the baton on to spin-off groups, Fleet Future is closing down with a sense of accomplishment! I would like to thank all our members for their hard work and would also like to thank everyone who we have worked with for the tremendous support they have given us during the past few years. We wish our town every success in the future.”