Time to have your say on the future of Great Dunmow

16:54 13 August 2014

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Residents in Great Dunmow have six weeks left to have their say on a document which sets out the vision and principles of the future development of the town.

After more than two years of holding public exhibitions, conducting surveys and gathering evidence, a Steering Group led by Great Dunmow Town Council has prepared a Neighbourhood Plan.

The Steering Group is now asking for feedback before the document is submitted to Uttlesford District Council. The pre-submission consultation runs until 25 September.

Copies can be found at Great Dunmow Town Council offices on Stortford Road and at dunmowneighbourhoodplan.org.uk.

Responses can be submitted by e-mailing nplan@greatdunmow-tc.gov.uk, or by writing to the Great Dunmow Town Council Office, Foakes’ House, 47 Stortford Road, Great Dunmow, Essex CM6 1DG.

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