Villagers near Market Drayton are being invited to have their say on plans for 19 new homes.
Shropshire Housing Group is moving ahead with plans for affordable homes in Station Road, Hodnet. They are yet to be finalised, but the social landlord is keen to involve villagers in the process.
A drop-in event will be held at the Lyon Hall in Hodent on September 14.
Visitors will be given a first look at outline proposals for the development and be able to express their views.
Meres and Mosses Housing Association, which is part of Shropshire Housing Group, will develop and manage the homes, which are intended to be a mix of social-rented and shared-ownership homes, occupied by people from Hodnet or who have links to the area.
Representatives from Shropshire Housing Group, Shropshire HomePoint and BBLB Architects will answer questions and explain the thinking behind the plans at the event.
Hodnet Shropshire councillor Karen Calder urged villagers to attend.
“If you have any reservations about the project then this would be your opportunity to raise them,” said Councillor Calder.
Shropshire Housing Group director for assets and development, Paul Sutton, said: “When we set out to create new homes we want them to be part of the community, not apart from it, so it is important to us to engage with people from an early stage.
“We want to ensure that we hear any concerns, as well as the positive comments, as soon as possible.
“The more visitors we have to this drop-in session and the more opinions we gather, the more happy we will be because our aim is to create a development that both we and Hodnet itself can be proud of.”
The drop-in event will run from 5pm to 8pm.
By James Pugh