Stephen Mosley MP attended a public meeting in Boughton on Wednesday to hear local residents concerns over plans to convert Richmond Court into a homeless accommodation centre. Stephen is closely following the plans for the centre, as well as the views of local residents.
Commenting on the public consultation process to date, Stephen Mosley MP said, “Local residents urgently need more information over what the specific proposals are for Richmond Court and I am very disappointed that they weren’t available at the public meeting.
“Residents’ opposition seems to centre on the possibility that people who require specialist care for alcohol or drug problems may be placed in a residential area and Forum Housing and CDHT need to ensure that residents’ concerns are taken into consideration.
“I will be carefully examining the plans when they are released next week”.