A51 Development on Parish Council Agenda

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The Planning Application on the proposed change of use at the A51 site will be discussed at Parish Council meeting on Monday 26th October. The meeting is currently held on Zoom only due to the Covid-19 restrictions. .
Registration for the Zoom meeting needs to be obtained prior to the meeting from the Clerk to the Parish Council .
So if you want to express your views directly at the Public Forum time of 7:15pm than you must first register to join in the Zoom meeting.
You can of course just join in the Zoom meeting to listen to other residents views as well as the Council deliberations during the Planning Matters section of the Agenda , usually towards the middle section of the meeting.
We are unsure what the limit is on the number of Zoom participants ( if any) so don't leave it too late if this matter is important to you to contact the Clerk.

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