BREADSALL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN UPDATE
There was an extremely successful public meeting on 29 March. It generated strong interest throughout the parish and was attended by more than 100 people. The chairman of the Neighbourhood Plan Advisory Group presented a detailed analysis of the questionnaires which were distributed earlier in the year and this generated a lively debate and useful feedback from the attendees. A copy of the presentation is available on the Parish Council website.
The Advisory Group now has sufficient information on key issues and local aspirations to start preparing a first draft of the Neighbourhood Plan. It is expected that this draft will be distributed for consultation in early autumn followed by a public meeting in November. If the draft is approved the process for formal adoption can begin, culminating in a referendum.
In the meantime the Advisory Group has written to all residents asking them to identify heritage assets which they would like to see preserved. This can include buildings, structures, natural features, sites and vistas. There is a similar request to identify wildlife species which require protection. This is a key component of the Neighbourhood Plan and it is important to obtain a good response from residents.
THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN IS NOW MOVING FAST
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Breadsall Neighbourhood Plan
The Neighbourhood Plan will create policies which influence planning decisions in the whole parish and will affect everyone in the parish.
Minutes of meetings of the Breadsall Neighbourhood Plan Advisory Group may be viewed from the following links:
For dates of future meetings please click here
This section of the website will shortly be expanded to include a project plan, regular updates, contact details and links to sources of information. Please visit this on a regular basis to keep up to date with the evolving Neighbourhood Plan.
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