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By Tarvin Webteam - 21st February 2017 6:00am
You must have heard something about the Tarvin Neighbourhood Plan over the last year?
The Steering Team is getting close to collating all their hard work ready for the next step. Still down the line a bit but you will be asked to vote whether you endorse this plan.
TarvinOnline think the time is now right to slowly bring to you in bite sized chunks what's in the Plan.
Knowing just a little of what has been going on behind the scenes at all the Steering Group meetings I have to say what a great job these volunteers have done in getting the Plan to the present stage.
The members are:Roy Brereton, Jane Hough, Alison Kempski, Cllr. Ted Lush, Matthew Martin, Carol Over, Joe Thompson, Robin Turney and Cllr Ben Dean
Remember this is not their day job and the learning curve has been incredibly steep both in understanding the framework that is specified as well as the subject matter.
When you start to read in the various Chapters the conclusions and the work on which they are based and feel you can contribute then either go to the Steering Group meeting or email the chair Ted Lush on firstname.lastname@example.org
The first article will highlight the milestones from now to the finish line.
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