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Plan passes examination
Following completion of the Independent Examination of the Brailes Neighbourhood Plan, the Examiner issued her report to the District Council on 9th May this year and can be viewed below:
In accordance with paragraph 18 of The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended), The Local Planning Authority must now consider what action to take in response to the recommendations of the Examiner and decide what modifications, if any, are to be made to the Plan in order for it to proceed to referendum.
Plan goes to final consultation Reg.16
At its meeting on 29th October 2018 the Parish Council approved the draft Neighbourhood Plan and associated documents and agreed to send these to Stratford District Council for Regulation 16 Consultation. Consultation is now taking place between Thursday 22nd November 2018 and Thursday 17th January 2019. To comment use the online form at https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=154273363853. This is also available from the SDC web page for the Brailes Neighbourhood Plan at https://www.stratford.gov.uk/planning-regeneration/brailes-neighbourhood-plan.cfm
The Neighbourhood Plan is now approaching Reg. 16 stage – the final stage before Local Referendum Click Here to see the Plan
The Neighbourhood Plan will be presented to the Parish Council for their approval at their meeting on 29th October. They have already accepted the previous draft which went before Stratford Council in September under the Regulation 14 rules. This new version follows revisions asked for at the Stratford Council meeting. Once approved by the Parish Council it will be submitted under Regulation 16 for examination. If successful it will then proceed to local referendum. We hope this will happen in early 2019.
This latest version of the Neighbourhood Plan now includes new historic and environmental maps plus endorsement of the 1998 Village Design Statement (VDS) as currently valid planning guidance. Click Here to see the VDS
The Neighbourhood Plan is now complete and is about to be put out to consultation. Click here to see the June 2018 version of the Plan.
The Neighbourhood Plan’s revised Built-up Area Boundary
The above revised Built-up Area Boundary has been adopted by the NP Committee and will now be included within the developing Neighbourhood Development Plan.
Neighbourhood Plan’s Revised Housing Sites
On 7th December 2017 the Neighbourhood Plan committee decided to change their small sites policy of four 6-house sites (plus two 6-house reserve sites) to two 12-house sites (plus one 12-house site). This decision was presented to the Parish Council on 11th December who approved this process. Proposed new 12-house development sites
The reasons behind the NP committee’s decision were laid out in a document which will be attached to the Parish Council minutes of their meeting on 11th December. This can also be viewed here …
- Brailes Housing Allocations: Council’s allocations: Now filled
- New Development Sites: ?Sites: 24 houses, (8 Social + 16 Market)
Selecting Sites, How do we Choose?
Justification of New Housing Development Click here
Comment on the Plan
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News missing from the Feldon News August 2017 edition – Click here.
The NDP Committee has been informed that the Neighbourhood Plan is to be screened into the Strategic Environment Assessment (SEA). For more information click here:
Talk to us
The committee are always available for comments and discussion on the draft plan at our working meetings as well as our full committee meetings on Monday evenings in the Pavilion 8pm. Please come along. Workshop Meetings as well as Committee Meetings are all open to the public. Or email any comments to email@example.com
A big thank you to all who have been involved in helping the Brailes & Winderton Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering committee create a plan for the future development of the Parish. The plan once adopted will be a legal document of which planning officers will have to take note.
Get involved in the Neighbourhood Development Plan and speak up for Brailes’ future.
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