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There is a copy of the BCCG response to the above report available in the Local Development Plan section of the website.

"PKC's Main Issues Report has now been issued and we are seeking the views of our members to prepare a response.  For a summary of the relevant parts of the Report and questions please go to the "Local Development Plan" section of our website.  We are particularly keen to get views on the Council's proposed approach to biodiversity (Q18) from those who have a particular interest in this area."