The plans for Bolton’s new multimillion pound bus station have been unveiled ahead of a consultation period which will give locals the opportunity to have their say on how the new development should take shape.
An artist’s impression of the new £48 million bus station has been revealed as part of the plans to give a detailed illustration of how the finished bus station will look. The plans are not due to be submitted to the council until early next year, and the consultation period offers locals the chance to suggest changes and new features to the station before the plans go in front of the council.
The new bus station in Bolton will link up with the current rail station in the city. A number of alterations were made to the plans during the previous consultation period including the inclusion of a footbridge to link the two transport stations.
The developers are urging local people to come forward and give their opinion on improvements which could be made to the plans. A series of exhibitions will be taking place around the town and residents are being invited to come along and have their say on the future of this important development in Bolton.
The consultation period runs until December 6th however after this date the plans can still be viewed online and it is still possible to submit suggestions.