Masterplan consultation

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Have your say

PEOPLE in Portsmouth can have their say on two master plans aimed at reshaping the city centre and the seafront.

The News revealed last week Portsmouth City Council’s blueprints for the two areas, which will lay down how they could develop over the next 15 years.

Leaflets summarising the plans will go to all homes in the city next week and people can see the plans on the council’s website.

From August 3, there will be printed copies in the Civic Offices in Guildhall Square, community centres , libraries, and in area offices in Buckland, City South, Somerstown and Landport, Paulsgrove and Portsea.

Residents can have their say at ldf@portsmouthcc.gov.uk, writing to Planning Services, Civic Offices, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, PO1 2AU, filling in a survey at portsmouth.gov.uk, or talking to council officers at a drop-in event, neighbourhood forum or focus group.

The deadline for comments is September 14.