Romsey Future Programme Board Launched
The first meeting of the Romsey Future Programme Board was held on Tuesday night at the Crosfield Hall.
Bringing together representatives from a broad cross-section of groups such as business, youth, faith, infrastructure and the environment, as well as elected representatives from the town’s local councils, the Programme Board will oversee the work of Romsey Future and its projects.
At their first meeting, the Programme Board considered their terms of reference, received an update on the progress of the regeneration the south of Romsey town centre, and discussed plans to hold a community event in the town in the autumn.
This creation of the new Programme Board follows the launch of the partnership’s new Vision document, will sets out the partnership’s vision for the town over the year ahead.
Chair of Romsey Future, Councillor Nick Adams-King, said “It was great to bring together the new Programme Board, the group that will help oversee and steer the work of Romsey Future going forwards.
“I was delighted to see the diverse range of sectors and organisations represented at our inaugural meeting. As a community partnership, Romsey Future seeks to bring people together to work collaboratively on things that deliver real change to our town.
“Guided by our new Vision document, I am excited to see what works comes forward in the months and years ahead.”