Changes to a planning blueprint will be subject to public consultation after a special meeting of Fareham Council approved the alterations.
The "main modifications" to the Development Sites and Policies Plan, as requested by independent Government inspector David Hogger following an initial examination of the plan in December, have now been completed.
The changes are now subject to public consultation, open from 16 February until 5pm on 30 March, with any feedback to the changes being sent to Mr Hogger to inform him before he makes a final decision on whether the plan is "sound".
Among the key changes to the plan are:
Executive Member for Planning and Development, Councillor Keith Evans said: "These proposed changes to the Plan came up during the examination hearing sessions.
"We are pleased that the inspector rejected the inclusion of the many greenfield sites outside the urban boundaries promoted by developers at the examination in public.
"We have made the changes that the inspector requested. Now everyone has the chance to comment on the changes to the Plan before the Inspector makes his final decision."
All the modifications can be viewed on the Council's website at www.fareham.gov.uk/consultations, at the Civic Offices and at all libraries in the Borough. Comments can be submitted online, by email or by post to Planning Policy, Fareham Borough Council, Civic Way, Fareham PO16 7AZ. For further information please call 01329 236100 or email email@example.com.
For further information contact:
Press Office, Tel: 01329 824310 fax: 01329 550576,
This and previous media releases can be viewed on the Council's website: www.fareham.gov.uk/pressreleases
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