by awitherick on 21 January, 2011
St Albans City and District Council has organised a series of public meetings for residents, businesses and community groups to air their views as part of a public consultation on its proposed strategy for locating future development in the District for the period 2011 to 2028.
The proposed strategy sets out proposals on the scale, location and type of development needed in the District, including housing, schools, infrastructure, retail, leisure, community facilities, transport and business development.
As part of the consultation on the long-term planning strategy for the District, people can also inspect the proposals and make their views known online on the Council’s website at http://www.stalbans.gov.uk/planningconsultation
The consultation will feed into the Core Strategy for the District’s Local Development Framework, an important set of planning documents setting out the direction of planning policy in the District up to 2028.
The public meeting and presentation in St Albans will be held on the 25 January at St Albans City and District Council offices, Civic Centre, St Peter’s Street, St Albans, AL1 3JE. Time 7pm.
Cllr Allan Siao Ming Witherick said: “This is another way for residents and groups, like CLASH, to get their views and concerns raised with regards to the future of the local area.”
The consultation itself runs until 7 February 2011.Leave a comment