ONE Community Bury is inviting local residents to have their say on a number of plans now out for public consultation.

The One Community engagement platform brings together the Borough of Bury's online engagement efforts in a single, convenient place and offers a range of ways for you to interact through tools such as surveys, quick polls, and idea boards.

Here are some of the plans you can have your say on:

Draft Housing Strategy for Bury

Earlier this year, Bury Council commissioned Campbell Tickell Management Consultancy to develop a housing strategy for the borough, to meet the needs of different sections of the population at different stages of their lives.

A draft housing strategy is now available and the council is currently undertaking a programme of formal public consultation including survey-based consultation and webinar-based consultation.

You can find out how to have your say or attend the online webinar sessions here:

The Local Government Boundary Review for Bury

The Boundary Commission is reviewing electoral ward boundaries across Bury. The commission has also announced that it is minded to recommend that the council should continue to have 51 councillors.

Everyone is invited to give their views on where the ward boundaries should be drawn.

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Bury 2030

Bury 2030 started last year with a "Big Conversation" in which 1,100 people from around the borough gave their thoughts, wishes and concerns for the future. This feedback has helped to produce this latest plan.

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North Manchester Hospital Redevelopment Plans

Exciting proposals to transform the North Manchester General Hospital site to deliver ambitious community regeneration opportunities are now available for public consultation.

Manchester City Council, Manchester Health and Care Commissioning and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust are working together on a vision for a new sustainable health campus at North Manchester General Hospital which will be at the heart of the community.

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