Consultation - Neighbourhood Planning Notice
Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended)
Notice under Regulation 16 is hereby given that Down Hatherley, Norton and Twigworth Parish Councils have prepared a Neighbourhood Development Plan (approved by the Parish for submission at its meeting on Thursday 1st February 2018). The plan proposal has been submitted to Tewkesbury Borough Council and is now subject to a statutory period of public consultation.
The consultation runs from Friday 9th March 2018 until 5pm on Monday 23rd April 2018.
During this consultation period you can view the submitted plan proposal and accompanying documents:
- above in the 'Submission' Section of this webpage; and
- at Tewkesbury Borough Council offices: Gloucester Road, Tewkesbury, GL20 5TT (between 08:30 and 17:00 Monday to Thursday and 08:30 and 16:00 on Friday)
The documents can also be viewed locally by calling the Norton Parish Council Chairman, Mr Jenkins on: 01452 731743.
If you wish to make representations or comments on this Neighbourhood Development Plan you may do so by downloading the representation form below in either Word or .PDF and
Sending an email with the completed form attached to: DHNTNP@tewkesbury.gov.uk or
Printing out, or picking up from one of the above locations, a representations form, completing it and posting it or bringing it in person to: Tewkesbury Borough Council: For the Attention of The Neighbourhood Planning Officer, Council Offices, Gloucester Road, Tewkesbury, GL20 5TT
Representations must be received no later than 5pm on Monday 23rd April 2018.
If you wish to be notified of the Local Planning Authority's decision under Regulation 19 in relation to this Neighbourhood Development Plan, please indicate this on your representation.
Annette Roberts, Head of Development Services
Once the public consultation is complete any responses received by the Borough Council must be forwarded to an Independent Examiner (yet to be appointed). Details of the examination will be published here when available.
Independent examiner's report
The Independent Examiner will look at the plan and make recommendations in respect of the 'basic conditions' upon which it is tested. The report will be published here when received.
Following the examination, and subject to the examiner's report and the Borough Council's legal checks, there will be a referendum held locally to decide whether to accept the Neighbourhood Development Plan. Details of the referendum will be published here when available.
Making the plan
If successful at local referendum, the Neighbourhood Development Plan will then be put forward to Full Council for formal adoption to become part of the Council's Local Development Plan. Details of the formal adoption of the Neighbourhood Development Plan will be published here when available.