Chance to ask questions about Exmouth Neighbourhood Plan

PUBLISHED: 12:14 13 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:14 13 September 2017

Exmouth's Orcombe Point. The town's natural environment has been named as the top priority in the Exmouth Neighbourhood Plan consultation document.

Exmouth's Orcombe Point. The town's natural environment has been named as the top priority in the Exmouth Neighbourhood Plan consultation document.


Residents will be able to find out more about a vision for Exmouth’s future at a public exhibition next week.

Feedback is being sought on the Exmouth Neighbourhood Plan after nearly two years of preparation.

As part of this, a consultation event is being held at Ocean, in Queen’s Drive, on Tuesday, September 19, between 10am and 8pm.

Those who attend will be able to see the plans, and also speak to members of the neighbourhood plan steering group, who will be on hand to answer questions.

For those not able to attend, the consultation document is available online at exmouthneighbourhood, with the chance to submit feedback until the end of the month.

The final say on the finished plan, after further rounds of pre-submission consultation and a review by an independent examiner, will be had by Exmouth residents in a referendum next year.

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