Neighbourhood planning seems to be going from strength to strength and a new consultation is open. We round up the latest developments.
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Winslow – a market town with a population of 4500 – has a strong and vibrant community, but faces a number of challenges. Their neighbourhood plan addresses these head-on.
Towns Alive has secured further neighbourhood planning contracts this month, and our expert team are now assisting Tiverton, Axminster and Odiham with varied elements of their neighbourhood plans, alongside ongoing work in many other areas.
It’s easy for towns to get consumed in working through the very latest challenge or problem, without considering the ‘bigger picture’. Towns Alive’s Debbie McGrath has some tips to help your town with strategic planning.
DCLG funding for communities undertaking Neighbourhood Plans is time-limited – so decide soon whether you should embark on your neighbourhood plan.
When it comes to Neighbourhood Planning, community engagement is not only crucial in creating a plan which is realistic and deliverable, but is also essential for developing the necessary support to get your plan through the statutory public referendum, writes Debbie McGrath.