The final round of talks on how development in South Holland’s towns and cities will look in the future is to start in April.
Preparation of a new South East Lincolnshire Local Plan is almost complete, but people will have one more chance to have their say before it is delivered to the Government in the summer.
A period of consultation will run from Monday, April 10, until 5pm on Monday, May 22 when people will be asked whether they believe the Local Plan is “sound” and meets with legal and procedural requirements.
As a consequence, there will be no public exhibitions at town centres and village halls.
Instead, a “guidance note” will be available to view online at http://www.southeastlincslocalplan.org/ from April 10, which sets out advice on how to respond to the consultation.
A number of documents related to the Local Plan will be published and made available on the website and at libraries, mobile libraries and South Holland District Council’s offices in Spalding from April 10.