Shire Hall and Shire House are both in need of refurbishment works to make them fit for purpose and safe to use. Currently many areas are not in use due their condition, poor access and old heating systems. Refurbishment works will enable us to maximise the use of these historic buildings for future generations to enjoy. Without this work we risk causing greater damage and further costs in repairs and maintenance. A presentation has been created to give some history and an insight into how the buildings currently look. You will find the presentation here and in the files below.
We recently held an engagement day with architects Burrell Foley Fischer, where stakeholders and users of the buildings were invited to see a short presentation showing the buildings current condition. This was followed by a discussion around the types of use the buildings could offer. Thank you to all those who took part in this session, we really value the feedback received and the discussions that took place. If you were unable to join us, some of the information from the session can be found below.
Bodmin Town Council would like to receive as much feedback as possible over the next few weeks. This will help us to shape plans and designs for the building based on the needs of our community.
If you currently use the buildings to hire rooms or have an interest in using the buildings in the future, please complete a Stakeholder Survey.
If you use or have visited our buildings to attend events and meetings please complete the Visitor/Public Survey.
If you are unable to complete a survey online, paper copies can be collected from the reception in Shire Hall, where you will be able to view the architects plans of the buildings. This information will be available until Wednesday 19th October.
These files may not be suitable for users of assistive technology and are in the following formats: .pptx. .pdf. Request an accessible format.