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Views sought on house development

People living in Wiltshire are being urged to give their opinions on where land for housing developments should be allocated in the future.

It is part of the Wiltshire 2026 exhibition which has recently toured the county asking for local feedback.

Plans are on show in libraries in Chippenham, Wootton Bassett, Trowbridge and Devizes. The consultation period ends on 31 December.

The council hopes to develop a strategy in draft form by September 2010.

Councillor John Brady, of Wiltshire Council, said: "These exhibitions should provide a useful way of hearing even more views on the plans that will form the basis for the council's decisions about how the area develops up to the year 2026."



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