A PROJECT aiming to improve accessibility and transport links for Kincardine is calling for feedback from residents.

The Places for Everyone initiative, by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT), is sharing vision boards for plans in the windows of its training and enterprise hub on the High Street starting this week.

From next Wednesday, June 17, virtual engagement will launch on an online platform.

It will allow people to see images, videos and additional information while allowing locals to leave feedback for the design team at HarrisonStevens landscape architects.

Nicky Wilson, chair of the CRT trustees in Scotland, said: "Improving accessibility to the town is a priority identified during the Go Forth Kincardine Charrette in 2017 and we would urge the local community to take part in the consultation on the Kincardine, Places for Everyone project.

"We are looking forward to getting people's feedback on the proposals and what they would like to see happen in the area."

The project seeks to address several key issues, including connections and networks within the town.

Part of the proposals focus on upgrading the main junction in the town centre as well as improvements and development to the A876 North Approach Road and the High Street.

There are also ideas to prioritise pedestrians and cyclists in certain parts of the village.

Visit virtualengage.arup.com/kincardine-places-for-everyone/ to give feedback once the site is live next Wednesday, June 17.