You have one final chance to have your say on the future of Plymouth.
The Joint Local Plan (JLP), which encompasses the Plymouth Plan for development in the city between now and 2034, has reached its final stage of public consultation before it goes before a Planning Inspector in the autumn.
The JLP is the document setting out how and where the Plymouth travel-to-work area will build more homes, provide adequate retail and leisure facilities, ensure we have enough schools and amenities, and safeguard plenty of green space.
Throughout the consultation period, Johnny Mercer MP has been in contact with constituents who live in the vicinity of some of the more radical plans ensuring they know about the proposals and to ensure they engaged with the constualtion process if they wished.
He is now encouraging all his constituents to comment on whether they support the plans put forward in the JLP.
The final six weeks of public consultation run from 15th March to 26th April. Following this, the JLP is examined by the Planning Inspectorate who decides whether or not to accept the plan put forward.
To take part in this final consultation period, go to http://web.plymouth.gov.uk/plymouthplan for further information.