Watford Borough Council has launched a consultation on ambitious plans to transform the top of Watford town centre.

A draft masterplan was revealed last month which could see "tired" parts of the town centre revitalised.

Some of the major proposals including converting Watford town hall into a hotel, getting rid of the Rickmansworth Road underpass, and creating a new cultural hub.

The project, known as the Watford High Street and Cultural Hub masterplan, stretches from West Herts College in Hempstead Road, to The Parade, Watford Market, and other parts of the upper town centre.

Now, the council is inviting the people of Watford and the surrounding areas to have their say.

Read more about the draft masterplan here

They have launched an online survey, but will also be holding two public exhibitions, while you can also see the plans at the town hall in Hempstead Road.

The first consultation period runs until September 13.

Elected Mayor of Watford, Peter Taylor said: "In Watford, we have a vibrant and busy town centre. However, we have to keep improving it to make sure this continues for years to come.

"I have already received a lot of feedback on the proposals in the masterplan and would encourage everyone to get involved and share their views. This is a really important project for the town.

"What people tells us will shape the final plans so we can get this right for Watford and for our residents and businesses."

Fill out the online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/North-Hub-2019

Public exhibitions will take place in the Parade by the pond on Monday July 29 and Tuesday September 10 from 11am–3pm.

Or visit the customer service centre at Watford town hall on Monday to Fridays 9am-5pm.

Read more about the draft masterplan here