Glastonbury Town Council has the opportunity to engage with residents, retailers and business owners on how our town will continue to develop and grow.
A neighbourhood plan is about the use and development of land, incorporating a vision, aspirations, aims and proposals for improving the area or providing new facilities. It may also deal with a wide range of social, economic and environmental issues, such as housing, employment and heritage. Glastonbury has a number of unique issues to contend including the flood risk zones on the edge of town and the large number of historic sites.
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Within the Neighbourhood Plan, there are six focus groups being led by the following:
Trees – Kevin Redpath – email@example.com
Green Infrastructure – Steve Henderson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Travellers – Jon Cousins – email@example.com
Heritage and Character – John Brunsdon – firstname.lastname@example.org
Development land – residential and commercial – Gerard Tucker – email@example.com
Contemporary Art – Emma George – firstname.lastname@example.org