COUNCILLORS are asking residents if they have any problems with access to Rugby’s leisure centre.
The Whittle scrutiny committee, a cross-party committee of borough councillors, is looking into access for pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and users of mobility aids at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Centre (QDJC).
They are particularly interested in whether more vulnerable customers can use the centre easily, and want to know if unauthorised parking is causing problems.
Committee chairman Coun Neil Sandison said: “We want to ensure all those using the leisure centre have ease of access.
“We will be visiting the site to get a better understanding of how the site works and see if the free parking spaces are being abused.
“We have set aside some time for residents to submit their comments before the committee meets again so their views can be taken into account.”
The committee will hear from QDJC operator GLL and the neighbouring Rugby Thornfield Indoor Bowls Club at its next meeting.
Email [email protected] by Friday February 8 to provide feedback.