Holt’s neighbourhood plan to go under the microscope at public consultation

PUBLISHED: 09:57 17 January 2018 | UPDATED: 09:59 17 January 2018

Holt and the coast from the air. Picture: MIKE PAGE

Holt and the coast from the air. Picture: MIKE PAGE


A vision for the future development of Holt will go under public scrutiny at an upcoming consultation event.

The Holt Neighbourhood Plan will go on show on Saturday, January 20 in the church hall on Church Street from 10am to 1pm.

Members of the plan’s steering group will be on hand to answer questions about it, and copies of the draft neighbourhood plan will be there for inspection.

Holt Town Council decided to work up the plan in 2013, and the document is intended to guide development in the area until 2038. The plan can also be viewed online at

The town council is holding its annual budget meeting on Monday, January 22, from 7pm, at the community centre in Kerridge Way. Councillors will discuss and vote on the town council precept for the year ending March 31, 2019.

The meeting is open to the public, but an agenda item regarding the budget of the Holt Hub will be dealt with behind closed doors.

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