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Neighbourhood plans in development

The first step of neighbourhood plans is to have a neighbourhood area designated. These areas have all had their submission for a neighbourhood area approved and are developing their plans.

Ampney Crucis

In June 2020, Ampney Crucis Parish Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan. Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2016, this area was automatically approved, without need for consultation or decision.

Andoversford

In January 2020, Andoversford Parish Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan. Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2016, this area was automatically approved, without need for consultation or decision.

Blockley

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

Chipping Campden

In November 2013, Chipping Campden Town Council approached us to have their parish areas designated as a Neighbourhood Area, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 14 February 2014. 

Cirencester

In October 2018, Cirencester Town Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, so they could a neighbourhood plan.  Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2016, this area was automatically approved, without need for consultation or decision.

Down Ampney

In October 2018, Down Ampney Parish Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan.  Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2016, this area was automatically approved, without need for consultation or decision.

Ebrington

In December 2013, Ebrington Parish Council approached us to have their parish areas designated as a Neighbourhood Area, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 14 February 2014.

Fairford

The Fairford neighbourhood plan was submitted for examination. The examiner recommended that it not go to a referendum and we accepted their decision. Fairford Town Council are continuing to develop the plan.

Kemble and Ewen

In September 2015, Kemble and Ewen Parish Council approached us to have their parish area designated as a Neighbourhood Area, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 28 October 2015. 

The plan is currently open for consultation, documents and details of the consultation are available to view.

Details are also available from the Kemble Village website.

Moreton in Marsh

In September 2018, Moreton-in-Marsh Town Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan.  Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2016, this area was automatically approved, without need for consultation or decision.

Preston

In May 2017, Preston Parish Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan. Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2016, this area was automatically approved, without need for consultation or decision.

Details are also available from the Preston Parish website.

Somerford Keynes

Somerford Keynes Parish Council has prepared a neighbourhood plan which has been submitted for consultation and examination. The consultation ended on 24 January 2020. 

South Cerney

In January 2016, South Cerney Parish Council approached us to have their parish boundaries designated as a neighbourhood area, so they can develop a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 10 March 2016. 

Details are also available from the South Cerney Neighbourhood Plan website.

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, so they could develop a neighbourhood plan. Following the statutory consultation period, we designated this area on 6 September 2012. 

In January 2015, Stow Town Council submitted an 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. 

Upper Rissington

Upper Rissington Parish Council submitted a request for a neighbourhood area to be designated. The area proposed covers most of Upper Rissington parish, except the area within RAF Little Rissington, and a small part of the Victory Fields development, within Great Rissington. This submission was considered and agreed on 22 February 2018.