Controversial plans are being discussed tonight to provide up to 31 permanent sites for travellers - and twelve thousand new homes in parts of Warwickshire. Some of the development would be in Greeen Belt areas.
There's opposition to the schemes. But a council leader says they've no option but to tackle the shortage of traveller sites and affordable homes.
The Department for Communities and Local Government's response to the plans can be seen here.
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