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Councillor Richard John West

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Councillor Richard John West

Phone: 01480 811467

Email:
Richard.West
@huntingdonshire.gov.uk

Home Address:
40 Silver Street
Buckden
St Neots
Cambs
PE19 5TS

District Page

Your Say

Your opinion is important. Apart from contacting the Council directly there are a number of ways you can tell the Council and politicians about issues that matter to you.

Public Consultation

The Council asks people for their opinions about services in a number of ways. This is often called public consultation.

Events run where people can come and talk to the Council about local issues. Details of these events are on the 'GET INVOLVED' section of the Council's website.

Surveys

These can be by post, in person or via the Council's website. The Council use surveys to ask peoples opinions about important local issues.

You can receive help or support to take part in a consultation event or survey.

Shape Your Place

This is a website where you can report an issue or suggest an idea to make your neighbourhood a better place to live. Issues and ideas posted on the website are passed to the local agency best placed to respond. Please visit www.shapeyourplace.org.

You could find out more about Council news and services by following us on Twitter and Facebook:-

www.twitter.com/huntsdc

www.facebook.com/huntingdonshire

If you have concerns about national issues/policy please contact me on phone number (01480) 811467. If I am not available, then please leave a message and I will return your call. Alternatively, you can email me at the following address:- richard.west@huntingdonshire.gov.uk.

We can achieve more by a frank exchange of views and opinions.

HUNTINGDONSHIRE CORE STRATEGY 

The majority of growth has been and will continue to be located within Huntingdon and St Neots.

There will be a lesser scale of development in the other market towns of St Ives and Ramsey.

In rural areas, new development will be limited.

Because of current needs, the provision of new affordable homes to rent and buy will remain an important issue.

 

THE CORE STRATEGY WILL BE REPLACED BY THE LOCAL PLAN UP TO 2036 AFTER CONSULTATION.

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