Copeland Council seeks views on sites for 4,000 new homes

More than 4,000 council homes could be built in a borough in Cumbria, it has been revealed.

Copeland Council said it planned to build the homes over the next 15 years.

Some 1,800 will be built in Whitehaven. The rest will be built in Cleator Moor, Egremont and Millom, the council said.

The council has begun a 10-week consultation period and wants to hear where residents think the homes should be built.

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