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Public to have say on site plans

Updated proposals for the redevelopment of a derelict site are to be shown to the public.

Revised plans for the Saxonvale area of Frome in Somerset will be presented to Mendip District Council on 25 March.

They include renovating the redundant buildings and site into new housing with shops, offices and restaurants and a large new-build development.

The council will then make a final decision on whether to give the scheme the go-ahead.

Frome district councillor Claire Hudson said: "We welcome this second stage of public consultation and the opportunity to comment on the updated draft master plan being presented by (developer) Terramond."

Members of the public will have an opportunity to speak at the meeting in a question and answers session shortly after the presentation.

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