Share your thoughts for Kesgrave neighbourhood plan in trio of public meetings
- Credit: Andrew Partridge
A series of three public meetings have been organised in Kesgrave next month as part of a drive to get residents sharing their thoughts for the town’s new neighbourhood plan.
Kesgrave Town Council has organised the three engagement sessions, where those who live and work in the town are being urged to share their views on issues such as parking, policing, open spaces, potholes, new housing, events, conservation, and provision for young people.
The first event will take place from 7-9pm on Tuesday, July 4 at Kesgrave Scout Hall in Twelve Acre Approach, before a second takes place at the same time on July 6 at the Millennium Jubilee Hall in Millennium Way.
The third will happen on Saturday, July 8 at the Cambridge Road Baptist Church from 10am-12pm.
The events are free for people to turn up and submit their views, which will be considered as the new neighbourhood plan is built.