Please note this consultation is now closed

14th-16th and 19th June 2017


The Three Towns Charrette is a chance for people who live, work, visit or use the Three Towns to come together over four days in June and create a plan for making positive changes across the area.

There are some big ongoing community efforts and proposed investments just around the corner so it’s a good time to focus everybody’s point of view towards an active plan for how to make the most of these opportunities.

For more information about the Charrette you can visit our Facebook or get in touch with Neil on 0141 237 8592 or


7:00pm-8:30pm Workshop: What’s our future vision?

• What do we want our communities to be like in 10 years’ time?


2:00pm-4:00pm Workshop: Life in the Three Towns

• What would help create more jobs?

• How can we support community life and action?

4:00pm-7:00pm Drop in and chat

7:00pm-9:00pm Workshop: Town centres

• How should we revitalise our town centres?

• Who needs to do what?


12:00pm-2:00pm Drop in and chat

2:00pm-4:00pm Workshop: Recreation and leisure

• What should we do to make more of the seaside?

• How could we make better use of our open spaces?


12:00pm-7:00pm Exhibition: Putting it all together

• What should the priorities be?

• How do we make things happen?


Can’t make it along? You can still contribute to the Charrette!

We will be out and about the Three Towns in the run up to and during the Charrette getting ideas and feedback. You can also find regular updates of what is going on as well as sharing your own thoughts online at:

No booking is required to attend workshops but we do ask that you arrive promptly for each session

All events take place at Saltcoats Town Hall, 18 Countess Street, KA21 5HW You can also email or call 0141 237 8592


“Results of this consultation will be posted when available please check back soon”


“Update 10/08/2017: Following the completion of stage 1 and 2 of the Three Towns Charette, we are awaiting the draft written report, which should be ready by September.

Following production of the final report, there will be a discussion on the community consultation and planning process.”