Residents of Norfolk’s newest town given say on future plans
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People living in Long Stratton, which gained town status in May, are being urged to have their say on a plan that could shape its future for decades to come.
Long Stratton's Neighbourhood Plan, outlining how Long Stratton and parts of Tharston will evolve in the midst of the expansive development, is in its final pre-submission consultation stage.
The town is facing a huge expansion with plans for 1,875 homes and facilities including a new primary school on more than 150 hectares of land to the east and west of the A140, a development that could unlock the long-awaited £20m bypass.
MORE: New town added to Norfolk map as Long Stratton villagers become townsfolkThe latest public consultations are being held Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13 at Long Stratton Methodist Church on Manor Road (10am-4pm) and Friday, November 8 in Long Stratton Village Hall (6.30-9pm).
People will be able to speak to members of the steering group committee. Alternatively, for more information and to view the plan and comment visit lsnp.info or call 01508 530524.