Have your say on location of 42,800 homes
Residents in the city of Lincoln, West Lindsey and North Kesteven can have their say on the location of 42,800 new homes which need to be built in the next 20 years.
Planning officers are hosting a series of two-hour drop-in sessions to get public reaction to plans for homes and jobs across Central Lincolnshire.
To meet the demands of an anticipated population growth of 72,300 more people in the next two decades, the joint strategic planning committee also has to identify land for the creation of 26,700 new jobs.
Sessions are planned from 6pm to 8pm on Thursday, June 6, at the Priory City of Lincoln Academy, and in the main hall at St George's Academy in Sleaford on Tuesday, June 11.
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They continue on Monday, June 17, at The Venue in Navenby and on Tuesday, July 2, at Welton Village Hall.
Planning officers will also be available for questions on Tuesday, July 9, at Scotter Village Hall; Monday, July 22, at Market Rasen Festival Hall and Wednesday, July 31, at the Trent Valley Academy in Gainsborough.
The sessions conclude with events on Thursday, August 6, at City Hall in Lincoln and on Wednesday, August 14 at Caistor Town Hall.
For more details call 01522 699013 and 01529 414155.