Hethersett housing consultation
Hethersett Parish Council is urging people to take part in the consultation process over plans to build an additional 1,000 houses in the village.
Hethersett Parish Council is urging people to take part
in the consultation process over plans to build an additional 1,000 houses in the village.
Writing in the latest edition of the Good News village magazine, parish clerk Ian Weetman states: 'A public consultation period is to be announced and the parish council encourages residents to participate. Details of potential locations for development are, as yet, unknown.
'The parish council will be taking a very active part in the development debate and we are encouraging residents to join in.
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'We re-state yet again that development, if agreed, can only take place hand in hand with associated infrastructure provision.'
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