The Big Recovery Plan for Bangor Town Centre:
Lower High Street is essentially occupied by hospitality outlets so it is a perfect place to accomodate visitors in an outdoor setting.
Abbey Street has a range of cafes and licensed restaurants overlooking pleasent parklands. It has a carpark and a wide pavements on the south side so plenty of space for everyone.
Upper Abbey Street (the Gateway to the town centre) has a mixture of restaurants, cafes, retail and services but often lacks footfall. It is hoped that a parklet may help to reanimate the area.
The Old Quarter - Harbourside
Crosby Street Social Seating
Plans are in progress to improve the pedestrianisation of the Harbour Quarter.
Holborn Square will see a change of use from a car-park to a market square with large canopies to provide all season utility.
It is propsed that lower Crosby Street will become pedestrian only with a new social space created to accomodate the local bars and cafes.
The McKee Clock Plaza
The centre of the town, visable from it's two main streets and the centre for events and entertainment all year round. The addition of Parasols and shelters will increase its appeal in all weathers.
New Bicycle Lockers
New bicycle lockers to be installed at the combined rail and bus station in Abbey Street and also at the
McKee Clock Arena to encourage greener ways to visit the town.