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  • Continued lobbying for improvements in rail services and frequency on the Scarborough – Hull line, including a shuttle service between Bridlington and Filey.

  • Improved access to the seafront (could include shuttle, road train or lift/escalator structure).

  • Promotion of safe walking and cycling and encouragement for residents and visitors to use other transport options rather than the private car. This would have environmental benefits and also help to reduce congestion is key areas, particularly in the summer.

  • Consider the feasibility of a circular service from the Park and Ride to the Hospital.

  • Better integration of tickets, with integrated tickets for bus and rail that can be used across all public transport services in the Borough.

Access to Information

  • Training opportunities are required to enable older (and younger people) to develop the skills to be able to confidently access services and other opportunities using the internet.

  • People require information about what is happening locally to enable them to access services and opportunities. This includes feedback from local groups and Parish Councils.

  • A Town Council notice board is required in a town centre location.

Tourism, local economy and skills

  • More investment in small business units and managed workspace to support innovation and encourage local business start up.

  • Need to ensure young people have an opportunity to receive training and develop skills.

  • Continue to improve the quality and marketing of tourism in the town and increase visitor numbers in the off peak periods.

Town centre (Retailing and Services)

  • Town Council to convene a discussion with Town Centre traders about the way forward and options for town centre business development and support, including possible options for a Town Centre Manager.

  • Support for public/private partnerships to increase toilet provision in the town centre.

Older People

  • Ensure local residents have access to good quality, co-ordinated services, including early intervention and prevention services.

  • Increased information and awareness about services available locally for older people and their carers.

  • Promote the active involvement of older people in the community and ensure that older people locally are involved in developing services.


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