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Morpeth Masterplan online survey

Morpeth residents can still have their say on how the town develops over the next few years - by taking part in an online survey.

A special drop-in session at Morpeth Town Hall on Friday, November 10 attracted hundreds of visitors - and people can now submit their views via an online survey from 8pm tonight (November 10).

The survey, which can be accessed HERE, asks a series of questions about how services can best be delivered to local people and seeks ideas on the future ‘look and feel’ of Morpeth. PDFs of the maps are also available HERE

Councillor Richard Wearmouth, Cabinet Member for Economic Development and himself a Morpeth resident, said: “It’s fantastic that so many people have already got involved and shared their ideas for the future redevelopment of Morpeth.

“We understand some people will want to think about their ideas or have been unable to get along to the drop-in, so we’d encourage anyone who has an interest in the future of the town to fill in our survey, which will take just a few minutes.

“Once we have all this information, it will ultimately form a supplementary planning document which will sit alongside the town’s Neighbourhood Plan and help developers understand how we want the Morpeth of the future to look.”

The survey is open until 8pm on November 20.
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