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Consultation extended to give Foston residents chance to have a say on their village




A Neighbourhood plan consultation afternoon in Foston a few years ago. ENGEMN00120140129172007
A Neighbourhood plan consultation afternoon in Foston a few years ago. ENGEMN00120140129172007

A parish council is asking people to have their say on the future development of their village.

Foston’s Neighbourhood Development Plan is a parish council initiative and has been put together by members of the council, the parish clerk and volunteer residents.

The Draft Development Plan has now reached the Public Consultation stage and the Neighbourhood Plan Working Group has invited all Foston residents, interested parties and statutory consultees to review the draft plan.

Foston residents have received a newsletter through their doors informing them about the six-week consultation period which has been extended to seven to give consultees extra time.

The documents are available to view on Foston’s website at www.fostonvillage.org.uk under Neighbourhood Development Plan.

They are also available in hard copy by contacting the chairman of the parish council. Statutory consultees have been contacted and all comments need to be received by November 4 by post or email to the Clerk to Foston Parish Council Clensey House, Dry Doddington, Newark NG23 5HT or Christina Lees, Chairman of Foston Parish Council, Western House, Main Street, Foston, Grantham NG322JU or email foston.parishcouncil@fostonvillage.org.uk



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