Alderton neighbourhood plan

Alderton neighbourhood plan

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Making the plan: 24 July 2018

At it's Full Council meeting on the 24 July 2018, Tewkesbury Borough Council brought the Neighbourhood Plan into legal force, under Section 38A(4) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

The Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the statutory Development Plan for the Borough of Tewkesbury.


Referendum: 21 June 2018

A Referendum relating to the adoption of the Alderton Neighbourhood Plan was held on Thursday 21 June 2018. The question asked in the Referendum was:

"Do you want Tewkesbury Borough Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Alderton to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?"

The list of specified document, published for the referendum, including the poll results, can be accessed following the links below:


Examination: 16 March 2018

Following the close of the six week consultation period on the 30 October 2017 the plan was subject to Independent Examination. The independent neighbourhood plan examiner, Deborah McCann BSc MRICS MRTPI Dip Arch Con Dip LD published her final report on the 16 March 2018.


Regulation 18 decision statement

Following the examination of a neighbourhood plan the Council is required to consider each of the examiner’s recommendations and decide what action to take in response to them. The Council must also come to a formal view of whether the draft plan meets legal requirements including the Basic Conditions set out in legislation. This set out in the Alderton NDP regulation 18 decision statement (pdf, 638 KB).


Consultation: 30 October 2017

Between 18 September to 30 October 2017 the plan was consulted on, in accordance with Regulation 16, as a 'plan proposal'. A report summarising the consultation responses is below.


Submission: 15 August 2017

The Alderton Neighbourhood Development Plan was submitted, in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, to Tewkesbury Borough Council following formal approval by the Parish Council at its meeting on 15 August 2017.


Down Hatherley Norton and Twigworth

Down Hatherley Norton and Twigworth neighbourhood plan

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Next steps

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. 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.


Examiner’s Report: September 2018

The Borough Council appointed Mr Robert Bryan (BA Hons, Dip TP, MRTPI) to undertake the examination of the Down Hatherley, Norton & Twigworth Neighbourhood Development Plan.

The examination is now completed and the examiner’s final report published. The report recommends that, subject to certain modifications, the neighbourhood plan can proceed to a referendum.


Examination: August 2018

The Borough Council has appointed Mr Robert Bryan (BA Hons, Dip TP, MRTPI) as the independent Examiner for the Down Hatherley, Norton & Twigworth Neighbourhood Development Plan. The examination will take place through August 2018.

An examination library containing the documents to be referred to as part of the examination are below.
 

Neighbourhood plan documents

Local plan documents

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.


Consultation: 23 April 2018

A consultation, under Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 ran from 9 March 2018 until 23 April 2018. A report summarising the consultation responses plus the neighbourhood plan documents are below.


Submission: 02 February 2018

Down Hatherley, Norton and Twigworth Parish Councils submitted a joint Neighbourhood Development Plan, in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, to Tewkesbury Borough Council on the 2nd February 2018.


Gotherington neighbourhood plan

Gotherington neighbourhood plan

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Making the plan: 19 September 2017

Following the Independent Examination and Referendum, Tewkesbury Borough Council brought the Gotherington Neighbourhood Plan into legal force, under Section 38A(4) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 on the 19th September 2017.

The Gotherington Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the statutory Development Plan for the Borough of Tewkesbury.


Referendum: 20 July 2017

At Referendum, on Thursday 20 July 2017, the Gotherington Neighbourhood Development Plan secured the majority required of those voting for Tewkesbury Borough Council to use the plan to help it decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood Area, with a 63.20% turnout and 93.10% voting yes.


Examination: 6 April 2017

Following the close of the six week consultation period on the 21 October 2016 the Gotherington Neighbourhood Development Plan was subject to Independent Examination. The report of independent neighbourhood plan examiner, Ms Liz Beth, was received on Thursday 6 April 2017.


Consultation: 21 October 2016

Between 12 September to 21 October 2016 the plan was consulted on, in accordance with Regulation 16, as a 'plan proposal'. A report summarising the consultation responses is below.


Submission: 26 July 2016

Gotherington Parish Council submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan, in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, to Tewkesbury Borough Council on the 26 July 2016.


Highnam neighbourhood plan

Highnam neighbourhood plan

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Making the plan: 24 January 2017

Following an Independent Examination and Referendum, Tewkesbury Borough Council resolved to bring the Highnam Neighbourhood Plan into legal force under Section 38A(4) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 at a meeting of Full Council on Tuesday 24 January 2017.

The Highnam Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the statutory Development Plan for Tewkesbury Borough Council.


Referendum: 20 July 2017

At Referendum, on Thursday 24 November 2016, the Highnam Neighbourhood Development Plan secured the majority of those voting for Tewkesbury Borough Council to use the plan to help it decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood Area, with a 41.89% turnout and 96.19% voting yes.


Examination: 3 June 2016

Following the close of the six week consultation period on the 29 January 2016 the Highnam Neighbourhood Development Plan was subject to independent examination in accordance with Regulation 17. Mr. Nigel McGurk was appointed as the independent examiner. The examination concluded on the 3 June 2016 with the submission of the examiner's report.


Consultation: 29 January 2016

Between 11 December 2015 to 29 January 2016 the plan was consulted on, in accordance with Regulation 16, as a 'plan proposal'.


Submission: 1 June 2015

Highnam Parish Council submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan, in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, to Tewkesbury Borough Council on the 1 June 2015.


Twyning neighbourhood plan

Twyning neighbourhood plan

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Making the plan: 17 April 2018

At it's Full Council meeting on the 17 April 2018, Tewkesbury Borough Council brought the Neighbourhood Plan into legal force, under Section 38A(4) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. The Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the statutory Development Plan for the Borough of Tewkesbury.


Referendum: 1 March 2018

At Referendum on Thursday 1 March 2018 the Twyning Neighbourhood Development Plan secured the majority required of those voting for Tewkesbury Borough Council to use the plan to help it decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood Area, with a 48.06% turnout and 95.90% voting yes.


Examination: 16 November 2017

Following the close of the six week consultation period on the 4 August 2017 the Twyning Neighbourhood Development Plan was subject to independent examination. The report of the independent examiner of the Twyning Neighbourhood Development Plan, Ms Liz Beth, was received on Thursday 16 November 2017.


Consultation: 4 August 2017

Between 26 June until the 4 August 2017 the Plan was consulted on, in accordance with Regulation 16, as a 'plan proposal'. A report summarising the consultation responses received can be viewed below.


Submission: 20 June 2017

Twyning Parish Council submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan, in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, to Tewkesbury Borough Council on the 20 June 2017.


Winchcombe and Sudeley neighbourhood plan

Winchcombe and Sudeley neighbourhood plan

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Making the plan: 24 January 2017

Following an Independent Examination and Referendum, Tewkesbury Borough Council resolved to bring the Winchcombe and Sudeley Neighbourhood Plan into legal force under Section 38A(4) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 at a meeting of Full Council on Tuesday 24 January 2017.

The Winchcombe and Sudeley Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the statutory Development Plan for Tewkesbury Borough Council.


Referendum: 24 November 2016

At Referendum, on Thursday 24 November 2016, the Winchcombe and Sudeley Neighbourhood Development Plan secured the majority of those voting for Tewkesbury Borough Council to use the plan to help it decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood Area, with a 22.49% turnout and 87.02% voting yes.


Examination: 20 May 2016

Following the close of the six week consultation period on the 22nd January 2016 the Winchcombe and Sudeley Neighbourhood Development Plan was subject to independent examination in accordance with Regulation 17. Mr. Nigel McGurk was appointed as the independent examiner. The examination concluded on the 20 May 2016 with the submission of the Examiner's Report


Consultation: 22 January 2016

Between 4 December 2015 to 22 January 2016 the plan was consulted on, in accordance with Regulation 16, as a 'plan proposal'.


Submission: 4 November 2015

Winchcombe Town Council and Sudeley Parish Meeting submitted a joint Neighbourhood Development Plan, in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, to Tewkesbury Borough Council on the 4 November 2015.