• Mon. Apr 15th, 2024

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Press ShotREDCAR & Cleveland Borough Council is asking for the public’s views on a draft document that sets out the proposed long-term strategy for the borough.

The Draft Local Plan sets out a vision for how Redcar and Cleveland will be developed up to the year 2032. It explores proposals around housing, employment, retail and town centres, natural and built environment, and transport.

The consultation on the Draft Local Plan will take place between Monday 27 June and Monday 8 August, and members of the public have been asked to give their views.

Councillor Dale Quigley, Cabinet Member for Economic Growth at Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council said:

“The Local Plan will provide a blueprint for successful and thoroughly planned growth, to boost the economy in Redcar and Cleveland, create new training opportunities, skills and jobs, and deliver the new homes and employment land needed to support economic growth.

“We are inviting the public to come forward with their views on the new Local Plan to ensure it represents the views of the borough. This will help shape the document and how we move forward to the next stage.”

Copies of the draft local plan are available to view at all libraries in the borough and online at www.redcar-cleveland.gov.uk/localplan

To comment on the proposals either:

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