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Greater Manchester Spatial Framework - our first drop-in session is tomorrow

The first of our six Greater Manchester Spatial Framework drop-in sessions is tomorrow (Wed 30 Jan), between noon and 8pm at the Elizabethan Suite, Bury.

Residents are invited to take a closer look at our draft plan for homes, jobs and the environment, and to ask questions of planning officers who will be on hand to answer site-specific queries.

Since consultation on the revised draft of the GMSF started on 21 January, there has been a number of comments and questions raised.

More information about the GMSF, including a comprehensive set of Frequently Asked Questions, can be found on the council’s web site at www.bury.gov.uk/gmsf.

Consultation runs until 18 March and everyone is encouraged to make their views known to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority at www.gmconsult.org.

The dates of the other five drop-in sessions are as follows:

* Monday 4 February – Elton High School, Bury (4–8pm)

* Wednesday 6 February – Longfield Centre, Prestwich (2-8pm)

* Monday 11 February – Radcliffe Market Hall (2–8pm)

* Tuesday 12 February – Castlebrook High School (4-8pm)

* Wednesday 6 March – Elizabethan Suite (12–8pm)

ENDS

Issued: 29 January 2019.

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Bury Council consists of six towns, Bury, Ramsbottom, Tottington, Radcliffe, Whitefield and Prestwich. Formed in April 1974 as a result of Local Government re-organisation it was one of the ten original districts that formed the County of Greater Manchester. The Borough has an area of 9,919 hectares (24,511 acres) and serves a population of 187,500.

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