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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Housing Requirement Review

Housing Requirement Review

 Ribble Valley residents are being asked their views on how many houses should be built in the borough over the next 20 years.

Ribble Valley Borough Council has been working on its Local Development Framework, which contains documents on a wide variety of issues, such as where new development might take place, affordable housing, housing for the elderly, employment, the economy and the environment.

The framework also includes a Housing Requirement Review, which assesses how many new houses might be needed in the borough over the coming years.

The Housing Requirement Review sets out how the area might address its housing needs over the coming years and local residents are invited to have their say.

The findings of the review are contained in a brief guide and summary booklet and full report.

The comments received will be reported to a special working group that has been set up to take this matter further.

Comments must be received by 5pm on Friday, December 16, and details on how to respond are available here or by phoning the council's Forward Planning Team on 01200 425111.