Design proposals for the second phase of regeneration works to Ramsey Town Centre have been released by the Ramsey Regeneration Committee. The plans will be the subject of a planning application scheduled to be submitted in May this year.
The proposals incorporate the areas of Parliament Street, Bourne Place, Water Street, Court Row and Peel Street which surround the Courthouse, the redesign of the layout of the Courthouse gardens and cenotaph, together with the introduction of directional signposting around the town.
Architect David Miller of Dalrymple Associates said: ‘The design responds to the public consultation exercise undertaken last year and reflects the new use of the Courthouse as the Ramsey Post Office. Care has been taken to maintain the natural qualities of the area, which is the only green town centre square on the Island, and to recognise the need to improve the pavements, provide pedestrian priority routes and places for people to rest and enjoy the environment of the gardens.'
The plans are on display at the Town Hall and the notice board adjacent to the Courthouse building, and can be downloaded as a pdf file here.