Attleborough Neighbourhood Plan

Attleborough is facing all the familiar challenges of a historic market town coping with new housing and the need to effectively combine growth with heritage and a strong local community.

In the absence of a formally adopted Neighbourhood Plan however, it is far too easy for aggressive developers to simply build wherever they want, and often without the necessary infrastructure required to support new housing.

With a strong local vision and leadership, I believe that Attleborough can secure its status as a thriving and beautiful market town in an increasingly prosperous part of Norfolk. I am, therefore, delighted that the local community has been actively working towards developing their own Neighbourhood Plan.

This is an approach that, in recent months, I have also been encouraging the Town Council’s of Watton and Dereham to pursue, and I am thrilled that they are both now working hard to get their own Neighbourhood Plans together.

If you are resident in Attleborough, do make sure that you take the time on Thursday 23rd November to cast your vote in the Referendum on whether or not to officially adopt the Attleborough Neighbourhood Plan.




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