White Horse Inn: Exhibition Content now online. Still time to Comment

The Public Consultation on 12 July was very well-attended, with at least 106 people through the doors during the afternoon and evening.

David Pennell, Estates Director for Burghley and his architects Harris McCormack were there to answer questions. Members of the White Horse Working Party were in attendance, as were most members of Morcott Parish Council at some point during the day. Our County Councillor Edward Baines also came. Some lively debates were held and it was good to see so many people engaging with this important issue.

The White Horse Working Party has put all the Exhibition content online (using Dropbox) so that anyone who missed the event, or who wishes to look again at any of the information, may easily do so. Note: you do not need to have, nor to install Dropbox.

As well as all the CAD visuals of the proposed scheme, potential pub financials and ‘people may say’ statements prepared by the White Horse Working Party, there is a copy of the QUESTIONNAIRE.

Therefore if you have not already completed one, the Questionnaire may be downloaded, printed off and submitted to the Parish Clerk. The deadline for receiving completed Questionnaires is 6pm on Friday 22 July.

SEE ALL THE EXHIBITION CONTENT, and DOWNLOAD THE QUESTIONNAIRE from here: http://bit.ly/29KMUAm

The White Horse Working Party has also set up a dedicated email account, which may be used for submitting additional comments: whitehorsemorcott@outlook.com

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