What should Salisbury look like in the future?

What should Salisbury look like in the future?

Published by Spire FM News at 7:23am 10th February 2019.

Salisbury City Council's restarting its Neighbourhood Development Plan after it was stopped last year because of the nerve agent attack.

It'll kick off with a launch event at The Guildhall on Wednesday 27 February from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

Preparations for the Neighbourhood Plan began in January 2018 but it was put on hold due to the Novichok incident in March.

Now, the Council is starting afresh and has already put in place new arrangements.

The Neighbourhood Plan is a planning policy document that is prepared by the community to direct how future development will occur.

Salisbury city centre

In Salisbury's case, it will become a tool to help determine what the City will be like in the future and should reflect the needs and wishes of the local community - rather than looking at it from a purely economic perspective, which is what the council's are doing through the recovery strategy.

This first event on 27 February will brief local people and businesses on how the Council plan to undertake and develop the two year project and to invite community members to become part of the Steering Group to oversee the process.

If you want to go to the meeting you need to get a free ticket online

You can also pick up tickets from the Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury, SP1 1EJ.

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