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Next stage in Local Plan gets underway with public consultation

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Following a series of local plan public hearings in summer last year, the planning inspector Nicola Gulley is conducting a consultation on main modifications she proposes to make to the plan. The changes being put forward are modifications needed to make the plan “sound”.

The public are invited to comment only on the proposed changes, not on other content within the current version of the local plan.

The consultation is co-ordinated by Wycombe District Council on behalf of the inspector and run for six weeks between 13 February and 27 March.

All responses will be sent to the inspector, who will consider them before deciding if she will conduct further hearings. She will produce a report setting out her conclusions.

Once the Council has received her report, it will consider the report in the summer and decide whether to adopt the new local plan for the Wycombe district.

Head over to the consultation page to have your say.