From 30 May to 8 July the views of the local community will be sought on the draft Midsomer Norton and Welton Conservation Area Character Appraisal and accompanying management proposals, including eight proposed changes to the conservation area boundary.
Why are we consulting?
The views received will inform the final version of the appraisal which will be used by the council to assist the development management of the conservation area and its setting.
What happens next:
From 30 May all the appraisal documents and a questionnaire for completion can be viewed on the council’s web site. These will include the draft appraisal study and management proposals and the proposed boundary changes. Hard copies of the documents and questionnaire will be available at Midsomer Norton Town Hall and Library.
On Saturday 3 June council officers will be present at a public ‘drop-in’ session at Midsomer Norton Town Hall from 9am to 2pm, where there will be panels displaying the key results of the appraisal.
Following this consultation all comments received will be reviewed and the documents amended. The final character appraisal, conservation boundary changes and management proposals will be used by the Council to assist the development management of the area and its setting.