THE Hive is set to host a drop in session giving people the chance to find out more about planning and historic environment.
The free event has been arranged to help people in Worcestershire find out more about how the historic environment can impact on their planning applications.
The county council can offer a way to get early consultation, which is an effective way of understanding and managing this risk, through it archive and archaeology team at the Hive.
Mike Glyde, the historic environment planning officer for the council, who is normally available to see people by appointment, is holding the one-off drop in sessions on Friday, March 28, for anyone to come and speak to him to find out more about how it could affect them.
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