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Institute for Animal Health public consultation event today (Tues)

At its meeting two weeks ago, West Berkshire Council executive approved a draft planning document for the Compton site, which sets out the environmental, social, economic and design issues for any future development.
The IAH has been identified as an opportunity site for the district council’s core strategy and the council now wants to know what people think.
The executive member for planning, Keith Chopping (Con, Sulhamstead) said that the loss of the IAH would have an impact on the village of Compton and therefore it was important that the redevelopment of the site was managed effectively.
Members of the public can have their say on the consultation until April 2 by visiting the West Berkshire Council website at

The drop-in, run by West Berkshire Council, will be held from 4.30pm to 8.30pm in the dining hall of the Downs School, Manor crescent, Compton RG20 6NU.
For reaction from members of the public, see Thursday's Newbury Weekly News.

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