People in Dumfries have been taking a look at plans to regenerate the Whitesands area of the town.
All comments received at the drop in-event will be recorded and considered in a report to the 'Planning, Housing and Environment Services' Committee on 10th September.
Nith Ward Councillor Colin Smyth is hoping the event has a good turnout:
"I would encourage people to go along to the drop in event, as I know many local residents and business people have a lot of questions about the proposals.
"People will be keen to see the latest designs which appear to be taking shape
"However, it is important that the council outlines a clear timescale for when work will actually begin on the flood prevention measures and have discussions with the Scottish Government to ensure that funding is put in place."
The event is open from 11am to 8pm today and tomorrow at 135/139 High Street, Dumfries.
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