What is special to Lowestoft and special to you?
The emerging Lowestoft Neighbourhood Development Plan allows for areas of local green space to be identified and protected where they are of particular importance to the local community. To meet the criteria set out in the National Planning Policy Framework, the land has to be in reasonably close proximity to the community it serves; demonstrably special to a local community and holds a particular local significance. The Plan proposes that the following locations meet these criteria and the Town Council is keen to hear from you if you agree or disagree.
|Nightingale Road Play Area|
|Uplands Community Centre|
|Fen Park and Kirkley Ham|
|Kirkley Waterfront Wildlife Site|
|Gunton Community Park|
|Pakefield Park and Love Lane|
|Land adjacent to Tom Crisp|
For each one of these locations, we would like to get your opinion on the following:
Please get in touch by responding this post or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ENSURE you mention which area of green space you are replying about. There are other significant areas of public open space within the town which will either be designated as Recreational and Sports Spaces or Strategic Green Landscape Components.
Image of Clarkes Lane
Image of Pakefield Cliffs