RESIDENTS can have their say on a document which outlines potential areas for development in a Burton parish.
Stretton Parish Council will showcase their draft neighbourhood planning document to the public between 10am and noon on Saturday, May 17.
The event will take place in the Slater Room of the Stretton Priory Centre, in Church Road.
Stretton parish councillors formally adopted the village’s neighbourhood plan last month.
The event is part of a six-week-long consultation on the document when members of the public can air their views on it.
At the parish council’s latest meeting, councillor Malcolm Goode said: “If people have been to various places in the village they will have seen our work in this marvellous brochure.
“I was immensely proud when i saw that our efforts came to this.
“We, like any other parish, don’t know quite yet what will happen to it, but we are pretty pleased with out efforts.
“We are part of the consultation period now that we are required to go through.”
Copies of the document have been available to view in Stretton Post Office, in Main Street, St Mary’s Church, and in newsagents.
Any comments will be taken on board before a final copy is submitted.
The blueprint identifies possible areas to build on.