What is Neighbourhood Planning?
Neighbourhood planning, which was introduced by the Localism Act (November 2011), is a new way for communities to decide the future of the places where they live and work. It enables local communities to have more control over new housing, businesses, shops and community facilities in their local area and also may optionally suggest sites for development. They can also include more detailed planning policies, for example to define how new development should look.
Map of Neighbourhood Area
In order to reduce confusion whilst retaining a complete record, a number of documents which are of historic interest but are no longer valid have been removed from this page and placed into an Archive
Draft neighbourhood Development Plan March 2017
Annex A: Household Questionnaire
Annex B: Housing Survey Report
Annex C: Character Assessment
Annex D: Road Safety and Traffic Issues
Annex E: Strategic Views, Green Spaces and Natural Environment
Annex F: Basic Conditions Statement
Annex G: Consultation Events and Survey Results
Annex H: Screening Report