How we are shaping 10,000 new homes through a neighbourhood plan

The preparation of a neighbourhood plan for Gilston in East Herts ensured that previously resistant locals had a say in the development process for new settlements.

by Joey Gardiner
View of fields from Eastwick’s centre: the plan says retaining visual integration between the village and countryside is key
View of fields from Eastwick’s centre: the plan says retaining visual integration between the village and countryside is key

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