Take part in a virtual tour of Roehampton
9:20am Tuesday 4th September 2012 in News
Roehampton town centre has been recreated online so residents can take a virtual tour of the area and share ideas how to improve it.
Using an online tool called StickyWorld, people will be able to roam around Allbrook House and Danebury Avenue and post "sticky notes" on buildings and public spaces they want to comment on.
Once a note has been stuck on an area, people can type their views for others to see - and fellow residents can add their comments or carry on conversations.
And to ensure everyone has a chance to have their say, staff at Roehampton Library will be on hand to show people without internet access at home how to use Stickyworld on library computers.
The Stickyworld Roehampton project is part of Wandsworth Council's multi-million pound plan to improve the town centre, the quality of housing and local shops.
Previous proposals to refurbish and rebuild the area around Allbrook House and Danebury Avenue had to be shelved in 2009 due to the onset of the recession.
For more information visit www.wandsworth.gov.uk/roehampton, email Roehampton@wandsworth.gov.uk or visit the housing office at 38 Holybourne Avenue.