Whitchurch Town Council will hear two items in private at its full meeting tomorrow night.

The first item to be held in confidential, which excludes press and public, is to consider a ‘decision in principle’ from Shropshire Housing Group regarding an offer on land at Egerton Place in order to move forward.

Town clerk Nicola Young has written to Shropshire Council’s legal department and is awaiting a response; therefore if the council is favourable it will lead to a land transfer within a reasonable timescale.

Shropshire Housing Group wish to continue with this proposed land sale if not, then they will withdraw the offer.

Meanwhile, there will be feedback from the personnel committee regarding recent complaints.

In other items on the agenda for the meeting, which starts at 7.15pm, councillors will consider a different grant process for 2020/21, with two options on the table including a full review of the current grants procedure.

The finance committee will also bring forward its additional grant allocations for 2019/20.

A quote for new doors for the Jubilee Park toilet doors which have been ruled as unfit for purpose, while there will be further updates from Councillor Harvey Vasey on the development of a Cultural Strategy and agree a way forward.

Other items include correspondence from Wrekin Housing Trust.