YOU can have your say on major development plans which could see 4,000 homes built in Grantham.
South Kesteven District Council launched its consultation today on-line which show two potential layouts of the “Southern Quadrant” development site.
People can view the two plans on the South Kesteven District Council website and also fill in a questionnaire to inform the council of what you approve of and disapprove of about the two plans.
Plans for the development, located between the A52 Somerby Hill and the B1174 Spittlegate Level, include:
Up to 4,000 homes
An east/west bypass
Schools, open spaces, community and shopping facilities
To view the plans log on to www.southkesteven.gov.uk/southernquadrant
There will also be drop-in sessions in April where people can learn more about the plans.
They will be at:
Witham Place sheltered housing complex on Bridge End Road, Grantham, on Thursday, April 19, 2pm-7pm.
Grantham Library in the Isaac Newton Centre on Friday, April 27, 10am-3pm.
Grantham Library in the Isaac Newton Centre on Saturday, April 28, 9.30am-12.30pm
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE PLANS? WILL IT HELP OR HINDER GRANTHAM? E-MAIL US AT: COMMENT@GRANTHAMJOURNAL.CO.UK