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Regarding Council Meetings

The government has put in place Regulations which enable councils, including town and parishes, to hold virtual council meetings.

The Town Council are currently considering different programme options.

Please check back here and social media for further updates.

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The Council’s staff and Councillors have, and are, going above and beyond to support our community. If you have any queries about the work of the council please do get in touch with us directly      (01582 708540 or info@houghtonregis.org.uk or by private message on facebook).

The council truly hopes you are staying well and we wish you all the best during these challenging times.

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2014 Local Development Order(LDO) for the Woodside Industrial Estate

Central Bedfordshire Council (CBC) (the Local Planning Authority) is proposing to revise and adopt the 2014 Local Development Order(LDO) for the Woodside Industrial Estate and adjacent industrial areas in Dunstable hereafter referred to for simplicity just as “Woodside”. The new proposed version of the document is open to public consultation from  27th July to 7th September 2020.

LDOs allow minor works and changes of use to be carried out without the need for planning permission and their main purpose is to simplify the planning permission process. The LDO will also  be a useful tool to assist businesses in adapting to new layouts and various other changes to their premises necessitated by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and their response to recovering from the impact of this on their business.

Please follow the link in order to respond to this consultation www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/consultations

Last updated about 1 month ago