Residents asked to review draft neighbourhood plan for Croxton, Brettenham and Kilverstone

The village sign at Croxton, near Thetford. Picture: Keiron Tovell

The village sign at Croxton, near Thetford. Picture: Keiron Tovell - Credit: EDP � 2000

Three communities are being invited to review the first draft of a joint neighbourhood plan.

The Croxton and Brettenham and Kilverstone Joint Neighbour Plan Steering Group is the culmination of three years work.

At the heart of the plan are fourteen draft policies focusing on ways in which the environment, economy and social life of the three parishes can be strengthened.

The policies reflect feedback from a questionnaire sent to all residents in addition to consultation events and independent research.

However the steering group, which comprises of Croxton Parish Council and Brettneham and Kilverstone Parish Council, is keen for residents and businesses to review and provide feedback.

The consultation period will run until September 29.

Hard copies of the plan are available from Breckland Council offices, Dereham, Thetford Library or on the parish councils' websites or here

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