FENLANDER: Chance to comment on council’s “big vision”
RESIDENTS are being given the chance to comment on Fenland District Council’s “Big Vision” for Fenland at a series of face-to-face events being held across the district over the next two weeks.
Council officers will be on hand to receive people’s comments and answer questions at the Fenland @ your service shops in Whittlesey (August 16), Wisbech (August 18) and March (August 24); and at Chatteris library (August 26). They will be in each place from 4-7pm.
Another series of similar sessions will be held in September.
The “Big Vision” is set out in the “Fenland Communities Development Plan – Core Strategy”, published two weeks ago. It contains wide-ranging proposals for the growth and regeneration of Fenland over the next 20 years.
To view the document, visit www.fenland.gov.uk
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Printed versions can be found at Fenland Hall business reception; libraries; the four Fenland @ your service shops; the mobile library; and the Rosmini Centre, Wisbech.
Comments can be submitted online by going to www.fenland.gov.uk or by e-mailing email@example.com or by post to Neighbourhood Strategy Team, Fenland Hall, County Road, March, PE15 8NQ. A special comments form is available to download from www.fenland.gov.uk and hard copies are available from the above addresses.
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Responses must be received by 5pm on September 23.
If you have any further queries, call FDC’s Hotline number on 01354 622448.