Village’s future to be decided

PUBLISHED: 17:30 20 January 2016


People living in Claverham are being urged to have their say on the future of the village, before a consultation on the community’s neighbourhood plan document expires on Sunday.

The village’s Claverham Future steering group is in the process of putting together a neighbourhood plan, which gives villagers the chance to specify where they would like development to take place and outline how they would like the village to develop between now and 2026.

The group has put together a survey which asks people what they think of the village, how community life could be improved and how they would like Claverham to change and develop in the coming years.

Hard copies of the survey, which are being posted through people’s doors, can be returned to the village hall in Bishops Road, Poppies cafe in High Street or the Yatton Parish Council office in Yatton High Street by Sunday.

Alternatively, click here to complete it online.

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