Friday, 07 August 2020

Villagers suggest upgrades

A NUMBER of projects have been put forward by residents of Lewknor for infrastructure improvements in the village.

The parish is set to receive a total of about £44,000 in Community Infrastructure Levy funding.

This is a charge that councils can impose on devlopers in order to help fund infrastructure, facilities and services.

The parish has already received more than £31,000 which must be spent within five years.

The residents’ suggestions on how to spend the money include:

· • Upgrade the village hall playground

· • Improve the school playground

· • Improving or create footpaths, one specifically from Barley Close to the church and school.

• Install more benches around the parish.

Councillors are still happy to receive suggestions, or comments. If you have any ideas, email lewknorparish
@hotmail.co.uk

The council will put forwardb the final proposals for discussion at May’s annual parish meeting.

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