The Stroud Local Plan is the document that outlines the key planning policies and objectives for the Stroud area. Once formally adopted the plan will give local residents, and SDC, more control of what is built and where in the district.
There has already been public consultation and now the plan will be examined by a Government Inspector.
The first “Examination in Public” will take place at Ebley Mill on Tuesday April 1st.
Keep Eastington Rural is one of the groups giving evidence to the Inspector and, indeed, will be one of the first groups to speak.
KERs evidence will focus on the local housing needs survey, housing for the over 65s and what development will occur in and around the canal.