Neighbourhood plans in force or development

Lechlade on Thames neighbourhood development plan

Lechlade's Neighbourhood Development Plan was made on 17 November 2016, so is now in full legal effect.

Lechlade-on-Thames Neighbourhood Plan 2011-2031

The referendum was held on 13 October 2016. There was a total of 676 votes and 594 or 87.9 % - were in favour, so the plan passed.

 Lechlade Neighbourhood Development Plan Referendum: Declaration of Result

Please use the drop down list below to view the referendum documents: 

 Please use the drop down list below to view the plan that was examined and the supporting evidence and extra information.

Lechlade Neighbourhood Development Plan

 Please use the drop down list below to see see all the comments that were made to the examiner, so they could check that the Lechlade Neighbourhood Plan met the tests set out in the Localism Act and supporting regulation.

Blockley

In January 2017, Blockley Parish Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, for the purpose of developing a neighbourhood plan.  Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2016, this area was automatically approved, without need for consultation or decision.

As Blockley Parish's Neighbourhood Plan develops, further information will be posted here.

South Cerney

In January 2016, South Cerney Parish Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, for the purpose of developing a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 10 March 2016.  Please view the map of the area and the submission below.

As South Cerney Parish's Neighbourhood Plan develops, further information will be posted here.

Stow-on-the-Wold and the Swells

In July 2012, Stow-on-the-Wold Town Council approached us to have their parish area designated as a Neighbourhood Area, the first formal step in developing a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 6 September 2012. Please view the map of the area and the original submission below.

In January 2015, Stow Town Council submitted a application to designate a revised area to include all of Stow and Swell parishes. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 9th April 2015. Please view the map of the area and the submission below.

Tetbury and Tetbury Upton

In May 2013, Tetbury Town Council, with the support of Tetbury Upton Parish Council approached us to have their parish areas designated as a Neighbourhood Area, the first formal step in developing a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 1 August 2013.  Please view the map of the area and the original submission below.

As Tetbury and Tetbury Upton's Neighbourhood Plan develops, further information will be posted here.

Fairford

In August 2013, Fairford Town Council approached us to have their parish areas designated as a Neighbourhood Area, the first formal step in developing a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 20 November 2013. Please view the map of the area and the original submission below. 

As Fairford's Neighbourhood Plan develops, further information will be posted here.

Northleach

In November 2013, Northleach Town Council approached us to have their parish areas designated as a Neighbourhood Area, the first formal step in developing a Neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 14 February 2014. Please view the map of the area and the original submission below. 

As Northleach's Neighbourhood Plan develops, further information will be posted here.

Chipping Campden

In November 2013, Chipping Campden Town Council approached us to have their parish areas designated as a Neighbourhood Area, the first formal step in developing a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 14 February 2014. Please view the map of the area and the original submission below. 

As Chipping Campden's Neighbourhood Plan develops, further information will be posted here.

Ebrington

In December 2013, Ebrington Parish Council approached us to have their parish areas designated as a Neighbourhood Area, the first formal step in developing a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 14 February 2014. Please view the map of the area and the original submission below. 

As Ebrington's Neighbourhood Plan develops, further information will be posted here.

Somerford Keynes

In May 2014, Somerford Keynes Parish Council approached us to have their parish area designated as a Neighbourhood Area, the first formal step in developing a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 9 July 2014. The area includes all of Somerford Keynes and Lakes 56 and 63 currently in Poole Keynes, but due to transfer to Somerford Keynes in 2015, following the Community Governance Review.   

Somerford Keynes has launched the consultation on their pre-submission neighbourhood plan - a critical stage in the process.  The consultation closes on 29th July.  To view the draft, and comment, please visit: http://www.somerfordkeynes.org.uk/ndp4docs.htm

Kemble and Ewen

In September 2015, Kemble and Ewen Parish Council approached us to have their parish area designated as a Neighbourhood Area, the first formal step in developing a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 28 October 2015. Please view the map of the area and the original submission below.

As Kemble and Ewen's Neighbourhood Plan develops, further information will be posted here.

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