People in Chester are being invited to find out the latest information on a raft of exciting projects that aim to transform it into Britain’s most vibrant historic city.

The Chester Cultural Centre and Chester Central Business Quarter are among the projects under the spotlight at the next One City Plan drop-in session.

It takes place on Thursday, 4 June, at 1pm – 3pm and 4.30pm – 7pm in Chester Town Hall’s Palatine Room. All are welcome.

Visitors can learn about the progress of the various initiatives that form part of the One City Plan, which aims to guide the future economic regeneration of Chester.

The 15-year strategy will co-ordinate and drive a programme of public and private investment and development activity into the city.

Other projects that will feature in the session include the new bus interchange, Chester Waterways Strategy, Dee House, Chester Transport Strategy and The Rows.

The session is being hosted by Chester Renaissance and Cheshire West and Chester Council, who are working in partnership with the developers of each of the schemes.

Chris Capes Chester Renaissance Programme manager said: “The drop-in session is part of a programme of events to keep the community updated on the strategy that aims to transform Chester into Britain’s most vibrant historic city.

“The event will be of interest to residents and business alike, and there is no need to book – just turn up to find out all the latest on these exciting projects.”

Members of project teams and Chester Renaissance will be on hand to answer any questions and discuss aspects of the plan.