Your Invite to the Torbay Mayor’s Forum
Torbay residents, organisations and businesses are invited to attend the next Mayor’s Forum on the 26th July 2018 in Torquay.
The Torbay Mayor’s Forum will be hosted by Torbay Mayor, Gordon Oliver.
Torbay Mayor’s Forum at the Riviera Centre
The event will take place in the evening at the Riviera International Conference Centre.
At the Torbay Mayor’s Forum everyone will have the opportunity to hear about new projects.
The event will also cover future plans that are being carried by both Torbay Council and its plethora of partners.
The forum will cover a variety of subjects, including the following principle matters:
- Details about the Torwood Street Development by Peter Tisdale from THAT Group
- An update on the refurbishment of the toilets in Torbay provided by Piers Dibben from Healthmatic
- Public Realm Concept Design for Torquay Harbour side and inner Harbour which will be presented by Kevin Mowat, Executive Head of the Assets & Business Services for Torbay Council
- An update on the planned works for Pier Point by Paul Feasey from Pier Point
- Information about the Fragrance Group projects by Derek Elliott from Kay Elliott
- Details about the Old Tollhouse in Torquay by Michael Smith from Venus Company Ltd
- Coastal Community Fund update delivered by Alan Denby from TDA
- Update on the work at Princess Gardens and the fountain by Neil Coish, Head of Parks and Open Spaces for Torbay Council.
Other topics are due to be confirmed at a later date.
Torbay’s Elected Mayor, Gordon Oliver said:
There is so much happening in the Bay at the moment and I would like to take this opportunity to invite along anyone who has a keen interest in what is going on in Torbay.
There will be a wide range of presentations taking place and I believe this evening will be enlightening and provide interesting updates on some of the key projects and developments that are taking place within the local community.
The Torbay Mayor’s Forum will take place in the Roseter Room at the Riviera International Conference Centre.
Starting at 6pm.
Members of the public don’t need to book tickets and you’re invited to turn up on the night.
Both the Forum and parking on site will be free for this event.