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.
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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
A neighbourhood plan for the Norfolk village of Cringleford has passed a referendum, becoming the eighth plan in England to do so.
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.
The residents of the East Midlands village of Broughton Astley have voted to adopt a neighbourhood plan in a referendum this month.
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