Ahead of its forthcoming planning application to secure new housing and employment land for development, Amber Valley Borough Council will be holding two public exhibitions next week.
The exhibitions will give local people the opportunity to view the Council's proposals and have their say on potential sites at Nottingham Road, Ripley and Alfreton Road, Codnor - part of a package of proposals including the delivery of a new route for the A610 between Ripley and Codnor.
The two public exhibitions will be held at the Moss Cottage public house, Nottingham Road, Ripley on Wednesday 19 June and at Peverel House, Mill Lane, Codnor on Monday 24 June. Both exhibitions will take place between 4pm and 8pm, with all local residents invited to attend.
Councillor Liz Bowley, the Borough Council's Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Developing Places to Live and Work, stated; 'I would encourage local people to attend one of the public exhibitions and see for themselves the Council's proposals for Ripley and Codnor.
The proposals demonstrate the Council's commitment to economic growth and its innovative approach to delivering the housing, employment and infrastructure development that is needed to regenerate the Borough. I would urge local people to come along and have their say."
It is anticipated that a planning application for the A610, together with associated proposals for housing and employment development at Ripley and Codnor, as well as additional public open space, will be submitted by the end of July 2013.
For more information, please contact: Derek.Stafford@ambervalley.gov.uk.
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