Where would you put a gypsy site in the Stroud district?
MEMBERS of the public are being asked to submit places within the Stroud district that could be used for gypsy sites.
The government’s policy for gypsy, traveller and travelling showpeople sites requires councils to identify and update a supply of potential places for accommodation.
Following an assessment carried out by independent consultants, the councils in Gloucestershire are now working to identify a sufficient number of sites to meet the identified need.
Residents, landowners and organisations are invited to suggest sites within the district that could be used.
The formal consultation began on Monday (August 12) and will run for eight weeks.
If you would like to suggest a site or sites in the district, submissions must be accompanied by an ordnance survey map, which highlights the boundaries of the proposed site and indicates the potential number of pitches, yards or plots that could be accommodated within it.
For information on how to submit a site for consideration, visit the joint core strategy website at www.gct-jcs.org or call 01453 754134.
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