Review puts valley conservation areas under microscope
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The things that make part of north Norfolk special are the focus of the first review of five conservation areas in many years.
North Norfolk District Council has asked residents of the River Glaven valley areas of Baconsthorpe, Glandford, Hempstead, Holt and Letheringsett what they think is important about the place they live - which could include the local architecture, setting, features or history.
Councillor John Toye, portfolio holder for planning and enforcement, said people could have their say on the conservation area appraisal until March 12.
Mr Toye said: “Many of these areas have not been reviewed for many decades and it is time to bring them up to date.
"This consultation is the opportunity for you to have your say about how we may be guided on making planning decisions in these areas whilst ensuring we align with national and local policy."
Visit the council's website or email email@example.com for more information.