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Posts Tagged ‘neighbourhood plans’

The importance of community engagement in Neighbourhood Planning

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.



Getting to Grips with Neighbourhood Planning, Devon

Neighbourhood Planning – a) you’ve heard of it and are considering it, b) you know you want to do it, c) you’ve started doing it.

But whether you’re a), b) or c), you know a little help and guidance would not go amiss – and that is just what this workshop will give you.

Wednesday 16 April, Axminster, Devon



Norfolk neighbourhood plan approved in referendum

A neighbourhood plan for the Norfolk village of Cringleford has passed a referendum, becoming the eighth plan in England to do so.



Slaugham set-back for neighbourhood plan

The independent examiner for the Slaugham Neighbourhood Plan has decided that the Plan cannot currently go to referendum – making it the first Neighbourhood Plan in England to be knocked back at examination stage.



Broughton Astley ‘makes history’ with approval for neighbourhood plan

The residents of the East Midlands village of Broughton Astley have voted to adopt a neighbourhood plan in a referendum this month.



Position, steer, drive: AMT Towns Alive helping to bring forward neighbourhood plans

Neighbourhood planning can bring many benefits to your community – but how do you begin the process? We explain using examples of two towns which we have recently started to support