As a guideline it is suggested that no site near a town should exceed 12 pitches, and that any proposed sites near villages, and Caisitor which is much smaller than the other towns, should not be larger than five pitches.
Consultation Forms are available on request from (01427) 676567 or by email from email@example.com.
Interim Planning Manager John Ware, said:
"We are keen to receive people's views about the proposed locations and site related considerations together with any supporting factual information - for example related to existing sites and their occupation. Details of other sites that people think might be suitable for further provision would also be welcome"The subject of gypsy and traveller sites can be emotional and misunderstood, so West Lindsey has organised workshops for its own staff, councillors and parish councillors so they can better understand the issues and how to resolve them.
This consultation provides a further opportunity to consider the best general locations for future provision before individual sites are considered and the Council looks forward to receiving people's views.
To find out more visit www.west-lindsey.gov.uk/gypsiesandtravellers.