Blaby District Council are urging residents of Glenfield to make sure they have their say on how the development of the parish will look in the future.
The Glenfield Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted by the parish council, with it now going through the final stages before adoption. Once adopted, the plan will form the outlines for development and planning in the area, as well as informing which areas of land hold value as green space.
Councillor Ben Taylor, Portfolio Holder for Planning Delivery and Enforcement and Corporate Transformation, said:
“We are pleased to receive this latest Neighbourhood Plan which demonstrates how our local communities are continuing to work with ourselves as the Planning Authority and make their views known on how their neighbourhood should be shaped going forwards.
“We’d urge everyone who lives and works in Glenfield to take a look at the plan and have their say. This has been produced by the community, so public involvement is so important to make sure it’s shaped for a local view.”
The formal consultation period is being run by Blaby District Council, with the six-week period beginning yesterday and running until the 14th of March.