Views sought on homes and jobs in South Norfolk

Residents in the south of Norfolk are being asked their views on which areas should be earmarked for jobs and homes.

South Norfolk Council is drawing up a blueprint for housing and employment growth up to 2026 and wants the views of local people.

A public exhibition will be going to Hingham, Wymondham, Diss, Little Melton, Eaton, Long Stratton, Loddon, Costessey and Easton.

The blueprint will be used by planners for deciding on future applications.

Derek Blake, the council's cabinet member for planning, said: "This is a golden opportunity for local people to shape the future of their local communities, and I urge them to take it up.

"Get engaged now, and you will become part of successive consultations and decision-making as we move forward to a completed strategy."

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites