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Consultation over building sites

PUBLISHED: 10:47 22 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:35 05 July 2010

A public consultation is being held about sites which will be used for housing and business development in Waveney.

The district council has drawn up a list of preferred building locations for the future and now residents are being given the chance to look at the proposals and have their say.

A public consultation is being held about sites which will be used for housing and business development in Waveney.

The district council has drawn up a list of preferred building locations for the future and now residents are being given the chance to look at the proposals and have their say.

The sites include suggested areas for housing, retail and industrial development, as well as community facilities and burial land. Exhibitions are taking place across the district and planning policy officers will be available to discuss the preferred sites with local residents.

A seven-week consultation will take place for Beccles, Bungay and surrounding villages from this Friday until Friday, December 12.

Exhibitions will be at the Beccles local office and Bungay library from October 30 until November 5.

An eight-week consultation for Halesworth, Southwold and Lowestoft will take place from November 17 to January 12. Exhibitions will be at Halesworth library, Southwold library and Reydon Village Hall from November 17-23.

Public exhibitions for Lowestoft and surrounding villages will be at the Marina customer service centre from December 1-5 and at Lowestoft library and Kessingland library from December 1-7.


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