Public invited to have say on plan for homes
A public meeting is being held in Launceston to discuss controversial plans to build up to 100 houses, with a new play area and cemetery extension.
Cornwall Council is holding the meeting to share information and listen to public opinion on the application for land north of Upper Chapel in the South East Cornwall town.
The plans include provision for around 40 affordable homes as well as changes to the road infrastructure, which have been strongly opposed by residents.
The meeting will take place in Launceston Town Hall on September 18 at 6pm.
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Councillor Rob Nolan, chairman of Cornwall Council's strategic planning committee, said: "We on the strategic planning committee want to listen to the views of those who want to have their say on the application."
The planning application will then be considered by the strategic planning committee at a meeting scheduled to take place on Thursday, October 24.