Drop-in session to understand housing needs of Morton residents
Residents in Morton are being invited to have their say about the future use of county council-owned land off Folkingham Road.
The site is included as a proposed housing allocation in South Kesteven District Council's emerging local plan, and the county council is now considering the sale of the land.
As part of this, the council wants to know what local residents think about the usage of the land, including the types of housing needed and the facilities or infrastructure it could benefit from.
Residents are being invited to a drop-in session at Morton Village Hall on March 12 between 4.30pm and 7pm.
Coun Eddy Poll, executive councillor for commercial and environmental management at Lincolnshire County Council, said: "This event is about listening to what type of housing and facilities local people feel Morton needs.
"It's important that people give their input as we look at the future use of this land and how it can best provide what the community needs.
"The county council owns parcels of land in various places in the county which were previously used by us or rented out, but where we no longer require them, it makes sense to release some of our funds and see them used for what the county really needs."
An online survey will also be available from March 12 at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk countyholdings