Lichfield District Council is consulting on its revised Local Plan Allocations draft document from 8 January to 19 February.
Following an extensive consultation in the spring of 2017 and new evidence, Lichfield District Council has made a number of changes to its draft Lichfield District Local Plan Allocations (Focused Changes) document.
This is the second part of the district’s Local Plan and covers issues from housing and employment land allocations through to reviewing the planning policies used to determine planning applications.
The council is seeking views through a six-week public consultation, running from 8 January to 19 February 2018.
Councillor Ian Pritchard, Cabinet Member for Economic Growth, Environment & Development Services, said:
“We’ve made a number of changes to our Local Plan Allocations (Focused Changes) document, as a result of new evidence. We hope everyone will take advantage of the consultation, which starts on 8 January, and make their views known to us.”
To access the Local Plan Allocations – Focused Changes document and to easily comment online, from 8 January to 19 February, visit www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/allocations.
Information will also be on display in both Lichfield and Burntwood libraries and available on request from the District Council House reception in Frog Lane, Lichfield. Officers will be on hand at District Council House to go through the plans, if needed.
Comments can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent in writing to Ashley Baldwin, Spatial Policy and Delivery Manager, Economic Growth, Lichfield District Council, Frog Lane, Lichfield WS13 6YZ.
Posted on Monday 8th January 2018