MP seeks residents views on Shopping Centre

Besi Besemar March 29, 2013

Simon Kirby, MP
Simon Kirby, MP

Simon Kirby, MP for Brighton Kemptown & Peacehaven, is in the process of surveying residents in Peacehaven to seek their views on how the Meridian Centre in the town could be best improved.

Simon said:

“I was concerned by the vacant properties in the Meridian Centre.  It could be such a great community facility for the town that currently is not being utilised to its maximum potential.  This was a criticism of the centre I also received in correspondence from local residents who contacted me about this issue.”

Simon has so far delivered over 5,000 surveys to residents in the town seeking their views and is planning to deliver more in the coming weeks.

He added:

“I am always keen to hear from constituents and have been overwhelmed by the response I have received.  Already I have received hundreds and hundreds of surveys back and I will be collating the responses over the coming weeks as more and more come in as I deliver to more of the town.”

He concluded:

“I have arranged to meet with representatives from Co-Op head office to discuss the results of the Survey and to see how the centre can be improved.  If anyone would like to give me their views then please do get in touch.”

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