A group of Effingham residents have been taking part in community workshops on the number of new homes needed in the village, and where they should be built
The workshops, open to anyone in the civil parish, were organised by Effingham Parish Council as the next step in the preparation of a neighbourhood plan, moving towards the first formal consultation process in May.
Middle Farm Place in Effingham. A group of local residents have been working hard preparing data for its bid for its own neighbourhood plan.
Led by parish councillor Paula Moss, the participants considered the results of a housing requirements survey, which suggested around 52 new two-bedroom and one-bedroom homes were needed in the parish, to meet the needs of young families and older couples wanting to down-size.
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