People’s views sought on Cromer’s historic environment
A plea has been made for people's views on how Cromer's historic conservation area is managed.
Cromer is currently undergoing a Conservation Area Appraisal — a review of the conservation area designation that protects the town's character through the planning process.
A consultation will be held in the town during June and July, with an exhibition displayed in the town library, on Prince of Wales Road from Monday until the consultation ends on July 23.
Questionnaires will be available for people to complete after they've had a look at what is proposed.
For those who wish to speak to a conservation officer about any issues affecting the conservation area, there will be a drop-in session at the Community Hall in Garden Street on Wednesday, 18 July, from 7pm to 8.30pm, with North Norfolk District Council officers available to explain the process and answer questions.
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People can also see the proposals and take part in the consultation online at http://consult.north-norfolk.gov.uk/portal
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