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Help shape the future of Selby District

Selby Abbey

12:33pm 29th December 2014
(Updated 12:36pm 29th December 2014)


Selby District Council is currently running several consultations on a document called PLAN Selby, which will determine how growth will be delivered across the District until 2027.
The several consultation events planned for January include two drop in sessions at the Town Hall in Selby where members of the public can chat to a Council officer about PLAN Selby over a cup of tea and a biscuit.

PLAN Selby sets out where new business and housing growth could be supported over the next decade and beyond. The consultation on PLAN Selby is the next stage of a long-running process to put in place a framework to support new business investment and to help deliver new homes.

The two events at the Town Hall will be held on Saturday 10 January 10am until 2pm and Wednesday 14 January 5pm until 8pm. Policy officers will be available to answer any questions or discuss in more detail any elements of PLAN Selby.

At these two events there will also be the opportunity to talk to officers about two other consultations that the Council are currently running. The Council is seeking views on how we spend the draft Budget for 2015/16 and the draft Corporate Plan 2015-2020. The Budget consultation gives members of the public a chance to review how we deliver the budget, taking into account how we plan to spend money and make savings.  The Corporate Plan sets out how the Council will work with others to deliver key priorities over the coming five years that will make a difference to local communities and help to make Selby District a great place.

Other consultation events for PLAN Selby in January will include a pop up stall at the following locations:

Profiles Gym- 6 January, 4-6pm

Drop in at Access Selby Office, Market cross- 8 & 15 January 12-1pm

Sherburn Library- 8 January, 10-2pm


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