TWO drop-in events will be held in Bolton for people to have their say on Greater Manchester’s plan for homes and business.

Bolton Council has worked with the nine other Greater Manchester authorities to produce the Spatial Framework, which identifies land to deliver the homes and jobs needed up to 2037.

Residents will be able to view the documents and speak to council officers and find out more at Carnegie Hall, Westhoughton Town Hall, Library Street, BL5 3AW on February 25, from 2pm to 7pm, then at Friends’ Meeting House, 50 Silverwell Street, BL1 1PP on March 6, from 2pm to 7pm.

Cllr Martin Donaghy, said: “After the last round of consultation, we changed the GMSF in light of feedback from our communities.

“We have protected the green belt and we are the only council in the region to remove proposed green belt sites for housing.

“We want to hear what people think works and we want your view to help us shape Bolton for the future.”