Friday, 07 August 2020
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
The council will put forwardb the final proposals for discussion at May’s annual parish meeting.
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