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Have your say on Havering Council’s draft Local Plan as public consultation launches

PUBLISHED: 07:00 08 August 2017

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Havering Council has launched its public consultation, asking for residents’ views on the draft Local Plan.

The council released its Local Plan on Tuesday, July 11, a detailed document describing a range of proposals drawn up by the Local Planning Authority.

From improving public transport to central London with the introduction of Crossrail at Romford, Gidea Park and Harold Wood stations, to new health centres throughout Havering, the changes will have an impact on residents’ lives in one way or another.

You can email developmentplanning@havering.gov.uk or write a letter to Development Planning, London Borough of Havering, Town Hall, Main Road, Romford, RM1 3BD

The consultation officially began yesterday and will run until Friday, September 29 at 5pm.

To view the draft Local Plan visit here

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