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Have your say: Council wants your opinion on 4,000 home proposal in West Winch

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West Norfolk Council has opened up a public consultation regarding the proposed 4,000 homes being placed in West Winch.

The development is proposed to happen over the next 18 years in the West Winch Growth Area.

Two drop in centres have been arranged for Wednesday, August 10 and Monday, September 5 from 1pm-7.30pm. Those who cannot make it can fill out an online form or email their concerns.

A map showing proposed plans for West Winch (58467986)
A map showing proposed plans for West Winch (58467986)

The public consultation opened today (Friday) and will last for six weeks. A framework masterplan can be viewed to see broad locations for other services such as a health centre, school provisions and pathways.

West Norfolk Council has also said the plan considers affordable housing and the design of architecture to reflect local heritage.

Cllr Richard Blunt, cabinet member for development and regeneration, said: "We have worked closely with stakeholders, landowners, parish councils and our own planning team to develop this framework master plan and associated documents, so that we can ensure that we create a development of which everyone can be proud.

"I would urge people to have a look at the document and let us have their thoughts and feedback, either online or at the drop in sessions. It is really vital that people have a look and make sure we have understood what is important to people."

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