In response to issues raised by the Inspector at the Exploratory Meeting on 13th May, the Greater Norwich Development Partnership have recently announced that there would be a 'focussed changes consultation' regarding the Joint Core Strategy for Broadland, Norwich and South Norfolk and these changes will affect housing delivery in the Old Catton, Sprowston, Rackheath, Thorpe St Andrew Growth Area. The purpose of this 6 week consultation is 'to consider whether the Schedule of Focussed Changes addendum will make the Submission Joint Core Strategy legally complaint and sound'.
The consultation period will run from Monday 19th July to Monday 30th August.
According to Broadland District Council's planning team, the deadline for details of the consultation to be made available on the GDNP's website is today (13th July) so keep checking their website as this is the only way that you will be able to comment of the proposed changes. Apparently the WHOLE consultation process is to be held online - how democratic is that? Who took that decision and why?