Cornwall Council is looking for residents to comment on its proposals for a new service hub.

Do you live in or around Launceston or do you use the library, or council services such as Adult Education or the Registry Service?

Cornwall Council is looking to create a new service hub in Launceston on the former garage site, on Exeter Street, and would like resident's feedback around the proposed design before they submit a planning application.

To share their views, residents must complete a survey by midnight on Sunday, 26 September.

A service hub is a space where you can access multiple services in one place.

This includes a new space for the library, in conjunction with Launceston Town Council, and space for the Registration service, a family hub and Adult Education classes.

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Councillor David Harris, Deputy Leader and Portfolio Holder for Property, said: "We really want to create welcoming, friendly spaces at the heart of your community where you can access the services you need, when you need them.

"To do that we need your feedback, so I urge you to have your say over these exciting proposals which will benefit the local community."

Cllr John Conway, Divisional Member for Launceston South and Cllr Leighton Penhale, Mayor of Launceston said: "Launceston Town Council are delighted that Cornwall Council is creating a brand new hub in the town and we are excited about having a modern, bespoke space from which Launceston Town Council can continue to deliver the library service for the benefit of all local residents."

The proposal forms part of the Council's Estate Transformation programme, which is focused on creating a more carbon neutral estate, with multi-use spaces, within communities and reducing ongoing costs for its buildings.

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