Have your say on major Dudley redevelopment plans

Major plans to breathe new life into a part of Dudley town centre have been put in the hands of the public.

Residents and businesses are now invited to discuss developments and future policy. Dudley Council has organised a drop in session next month to discuss ongoing proposals for Wolverhampton Street and Inhedge Park.

The Council has been tackling a number of issues along Wolverhampton Street, including housing and waste enforcement issues,  buying a derelict site to build new homes and, in October, asked the views of residents and people who work in the area about how they saw the future for their community. 

It is now planned to inform local people about recent developments and future plans for Wolverhampton Street and Inhedge Park, following the initial engagement event. Anyone interested in improving the area is invited to come along to an event on Tuesday 17 April at the DY1 Community Building on Stafford Street.

From 4.00pm there will be a general drop in session, but anyone who would like to be more involved in the process can attend a group discussion between 6pm and 8pm. Alan Lunt, strategic director of place, said:

“These proposals form part of the transformation of Dudley, bringing in millions of pounds of investment and creating jobs. We have submitted a bid to the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership, which if approved, will include work in Wolverhampton Street and the Inhedge Park area.  

"In October we asked residents and businesses in the area for their views about the proposals and now this event is an opportunity for people find out what developments have taken place and the future plans.

“We want everyone, who lives or uses the area, to get involved, and attendance at the event will enable us to further develop ideas and views into any future plans, and discuss actions already taken.”


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