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Stamford residents urged to have say on neighbourhood plan which outlines how town will develop




Stamfordians are urged to have their say in how the town may develop over the coming decades.

Stamford Town Council has approved a draft neighbourhood plan for public consultation this summer, followed by an autumn redraft, and aiming to go to a public referendum in January and being adopted by the council in March.

Town councillor David Taylor says the plan is not a ‘panacea’ but it would give Stamford 'more teeth' in influencing planning decisions. A group of town councillors have worked on the plan for more than three years, with them staging residents surveys and business surveys in its preparation.


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