PEOPLE living in Holton le Clay and Tetney will be the first in East Lindsey to create their own Neighbourhood Develop Plan, thanks to a £20,000 grant awarded by the Government’s Department for Communities and Local Government.
The funding bid was submitted by East Lindsey District Council after the department asked councils to trial the new Neighbourhood Planning Process ahead of the Localism Bill becoming an Act of Parliament.
The two Parish Councils of Holton le Clay and Tetney have established a Steering Group and with the council are going to be working together to set out a plan to establish the general plancning policies and land use allocations for future development in their area.
In the coming months there will be a series of public consultation events so that all the community can get involved in the process.
The first consultation will take place shortly with questionnaires being delivered to all the households in each community.
There will then be public drop-in sessions at Tetney on April 21 between 9am and 12noon at the Village Hall, Humberston Road, Tetney and at Holton le Clay on April 28 between 10am and 12noon at the Council Offices, Peppercorn Walk, Holton le Clay.