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More than 1,000 people attended Exeter Plan roadshows across the city

Published: 5 December 2022

Council Leader Phil Bialyk

More than 1,000 people have attended a series of roadshows across the city to discuss how Exeter should grow and develop in the future.

Consultation on the Exeter Plan was launched 10 weeks ago with a pledge to hold events in every ward in the city.

Since then officers and councillors from the City Council have spoken to 1,050 people at the face to face roadshow events.

In addition the plan – Exeter’s blueprint for future development – has been discussed at events organised for young people, community groups and city stakeholders.

Almost 3,000 comments have been made about the Exeter Plan online. There’s still two weeks to do so – the online consultation closes on Monday 19 December.

The Exeter Plan is about living better in Exeter; it closely aligns with the Council’s Corporate Plan and is one of the ways the Council will deliver its strategic priorities.

The Plan highlights important issues like climate change, homes and jobs, the future of our high streets, transport and infrastructure and design quality.

Council Leader Phil Bialyk said: “It’s great that so many people have attended these roadshows across the city and I want to thank them for doing so.

“The issues highlighted in the Exeter Plan matter to everyone who lives, works, visits and studies in Exeter and it is important to make sure that everyone’s voice is heard.”

Anyone who hasn’t done so should visit the Exeter Plan website to have their say on plans for the future of the city.

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