Stainforth residents have an opportunity this Easter weekend to talk with their town councillors about the town’s emerging neighbourhood plan.
A draft plan is now available to view and members of the neighbourhood plan steering group will be standing at the Easter Fair being held at the Resource Centre in Stainforth on Monday 22 April.
Residents of Stainforth and South Bramwith will be able to take a look at the plan and give their opinion on the document. Town councillors from the steering group are also available throughout April for people to talk with them about the plan.
Stainforth Town Council say: “A Neighbourhood Plan gives people a voice over planning issues in their community. You can have your say on what should go where in Stainforth in the future. This includes a number of topics such as: car parks, housing, leisure areas and parklands, shops, waste ground, walking areas and heritage.”
The Easter Fair takes place at Stainforth Resource Centre, Church Road, on Monday 22 April between 11.30am – 2.00pm.
Further information about the neighbourhood plan, including contact details, can be obtained from Stainforth Town Council, Stainforth Community Library or on online at: www.stainforthneighbourhoodplan.org.uk
The neighbourhood plan covers the area of Stainforth and South Bramwith and the informal ‘issues and opinions’ consultation runs until Tuesday 30 April 2019.