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  • Public Referendum

    By pmadmin
    Sep 26th, 2014

    Neighbourhood Plans and Neighbourhood Development Orders (including Community Right to Build Orders) will be subject to a public referendum. Once plans or orders have been subjected to an independent examination and any necessary modifications made to ensure they meet important legal requirements, it is necessary to gain a more than 50% ‘yes’ vote of those voting in a public referendum in order to bring them into force.

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