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  • There are three main stages to producing a Neighbourhood Plan.

    By pmadmin
    Sep 27th, 2014
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    Stage 1 – Getting Established

    The first step for parish/town councils or prospective neighbourhood forums wishing to prepare a Neighbourhood Plan is to submit their proposed neighbourhood area to the local planning authority for designation. Prospective neighbourhood forums will also need to submit an application for designation by the local planning authority.

    Stage 2 – Preparing the Plan

    Preparing to write a Neighbourhood Plan includes publicity, development of local partnerships, community consultation and engagement and the building of an evidence base. This will inform the development of a vision and/or aims for the plan. These in turn will inform the formulation of policy, proposals and site allocations. Community engagement will be necessary at all stages of the plan-making process.

    Stage 3 – Bringing the Plan into Force

    The proposed Neighbourhood Plan will be submitted to the local planning authority, which will check that proper procedures have been followed in its preparation and that any necessary assessments accompany the plan. Following a period of publicity, the local planning authority will arrange for an independent examination and organise the public referendum, subject to the plan meeting legal requirements.

     

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