City Council Planning Inquiry

COUNCIL PLANNING INQUIRY
Southampton City Council is today kicking off an inquiry into planning issues. 
The first meeting of several meetings is being held this evening. All meetings will be conducted in public at the Civic Centre so people can go along. It may be possible to address the panel and people are certainly encouraged to make written representations.
I have attached a link this evening’s meeting, which is just setting out the terms of reference.
The main meetings are at 5pm and as follows:
9th January – looking at planning policies towards Houses of Multiple Occupation. (click HERE for a link to the papers)
6th February – looking at the effectiveness of planning enforcement
6th March – looking at other planning policies – national and local, including conversion of office and retail to residential use
The inquiry is an opportunity to strengthen and improve the council’s approach to these planning issues.
If you would like to make comments or speak to someone to get more information you can contact Mark Pirnie at the City Council: mark.pirnie@southampton.gov.uk.
This post was written by
Jeremy fought the Test seat at the 2010 and 2015 General Elections. Jeremy grew up locally and went to school in Highfield and Shirley and attended Richard Taunton’s college. He served as a Southampton City Councillor between 2002 and 2018. Jeremy works as a Pensions Manager for FTSE 100 company, Friends Life.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *