1 December 2019
30 December 2019 - 1 January 2020
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The design of the Welcome Centre has been guided over many years of consultation and responds to feedback for key improvements needed within the gardens. The Welcome Centre will provide; improved accessibility, new toilets, changing places, café, lift access, a wider entrance from Princes Street. Although this space aims to solve these issues, we are aware it represents a significant change to that section of the gardens. There would be a loss of some railings on Princes Street and a loss to a section of the embankment. Based on the above and the information in the consultation; what are your feelings towards:
The new Pavilion will continue to host five major events per year, in keeping with current practice. These few major events will provide income to help support maintenance of the gardens but also subsidise a diverse range of community activities on the Pavilion. Examples of this type of use would be: school concerts, classical performances, dancing, yoga, story telling etc.
This space has not been fully designed yet and provides a great opportunity for you to help shape what it ends up looking like. Through discussions with organisations who may use this space we have identified a few additions to improve the space, these are listed below.
5.1 How important are each of our key themes for the gardens to you? Please rate each one on a scale of 'Very important' to 'Not at all important'
We have been working with many groups representing various forms of disability to help make improvements that will make the gardens more accessible to them.
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