Last chance to have your say on Local Plan and LTP4
There’s still time to share your views on the plans to ensure Warrington has the homes, jobs, transport infrastructure and community facilities it needs over the next 20 years.
The public consultations on Warrington’s draft Local Plan, and draft fourth Local Transport Plan (LTP4), run until 5pm on Monday 17 June.
The joint consultation period is giving people in Warrington the opportunity to have their say on both plans. You can find out more and get involved in the consultation by visiting:
Warrington’s Local Plan aims to deliver 18,900 new homes (945 per year) by 2037 and make 362 hectares of employment land available – while protecting and preserving the Green Belt as much as possible.
LTP4 aims to transform how people travel around Warrington, and make the borough a well-connected place with high quality walking, cycling, and public transport networks.
The final decision on the Local Plan and the development it proposes will be made by the independent planning inspector, following an examination, likely to be held in early 2020.
Following feedback on the Draft LTP4, a revised final LTP4 will be put before the Council for approval either later this year, or early in 2020.