Ottery and West Hill’s neighbourhood plan heads to consultation
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Plans to help shape the future of Ottery and West Hill will go on display in May as part of a six week public consultation.
Residents will be able to give their feedback to the first draft of the parish’s Neighbourhood Plan - a document that will form a blueprint to influence future developments.
The Neighbourhood Plan working group is preparing will hold the consultations between May 19 and June 30, with sessions in The Station, Ottery, and village halls in West Hill, Tipton St John and Alfington.
Members of the Neighbourhood Plan working group and Ottery Town Council will be available to discuss the plans.
Currently, the plan has been sent to the district council for consultation with the Environment Agency, Historic England and Natural England.
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Councillor Jo Talbot, chairman of the Neighbourhood Plan steering group, said leaflets explaining about the plan and consultation will be distributed,
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