LGB NDP First Steering Group MeetingLinton(s)
Parish Council, at thier meeting on 8th January 2018, approved the
formation of a Steering Group to develop the Linton, Gorsley and
Bromsash Neighbourhood Development Plan.
The next Steering Group Meeting will take place on
Thursday 22nd February 2018
Gorsley Village Hall.
We are particularly looking
forward to seeing as many people as possible who indicated they would
be interested in joining the Steering Group or offering their
skills to the process.
It would be great if you could indicate your intention to attend, (but not essential). Email the Clerk at email@example.com
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Community Meeting was held on Wednesday 13th December 2017 at Linton
Village Hall to which all Parishioners were invited. Stephanie
Kitto from the NDP Department of Herefordshire Council gave two
presentations explaining why and how an NDP is prepared.
organisers were delighted to welcome over 60 people to the meeting
despite wintery weather conditions and distractions of the festive
season. Attendees were able to ask questions and invited to
indicate if they would be interested in taking part in the preparation
of the document and/or receive updates on progress.
you would like to be kept informed of progress, or feel you would like
to be part of the Steering Group or have special skills that you
can offer to the process from time to time to then please contact the
Clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lea Neighbourhood Development Plan 2011-2031
REGULATION 14 Public consultation
As a neighbouring authority Parishioners are invited to consider the draft plan. Consultation is open until 9am on Monday 16th October. So do take a look and let the Steerig Group know your views.
You can find the draft plan and all additional material at the Lea Parish website - http://www.theleaparishcouncil.org.uk/page-info.php?title=CONSULTATION
The Herefordshire Core Strategy was adopted in October 2015 and sets out
the overall vision, objectives and spatial strategy for the county. The
Rural Area Site Allocations DPD (RASA DPD) is seeking to provide a more
detailed policy framework and growth proposals
to support the delivery of the Herefordshire Core Strategy for those
market towns or rural parishes who are not preparing a neighbourhood
The Issues and Options Paper of the RASA DPD presents a number of
potential options for the scope of the document; including which
parishes should be included within the plan. It should be noted that
these options are dependent on the current progress of the
neighbourhood development plan within the parish at April 2017. It also
presents options regarding the range of policy topics which could be
included, such as settlement boundaries, housing and employment
allocations and primary shopping areas.
This plan will become a statutory element of the county’s local plan and used to determine planning applications.
Consultation dates and exhibitions
The Issues and Options paper is being consulted upon from Monday 12 June to Friday 28 July 2017.
Responses received during this period along with further evidence
gathered will help formulate the next stage of the preparation of the
RASA DPD. Following this stage, further consultations will be undertaken
with regards to site allocations and policy wording.
The Issues and options paper can be viewed online at
www.herefordshire.gov.uk/rasadpd or within the county’s libraries and info centres
The consultation exhibition will be at the following venues, where officers will be available to answer any queries;
Hope Centre, Bromyard on Wednesday 5 July (1:30 -6pm) and
Much Dewchurch village hall on Tuesday 11 July (1:30 -6pm)
We would like to hear your views about the issues and options detailed
in the document, please complete either the online or paper
questionnaire. Comments should be returned by
Friday 28 July 2017.
If you have any questions about the RASA DPD consultation please call us on 01432 383357 or email us on
Your details are contained within our Consultation database as wishing
to be informed of any development plan consultations. If you would
prefer not to be contacted about future consultations, please let us
Neighbourhood Planning Team Leader