'Why should we pay for this?' Doubts raised over traveller sites



Plans for new traveller sites on the east coast have triggered fears over the cost to the taxpayer.
The East Lindsey District Council needs to provide 10 new permanent and 20 temporary pitches for travellers as part of its local plan, which sets out the blueprint for future development in the area.
Five suggested permanent sites and four proposed transit sites went out to public consultation in July this year and the council's planning policy committee will consider the responses when it meets at Tedder Hall on Thursday, October 13, from 10am.
The council is now recommending that the 20... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 33
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