#neighbourhoodplanning
The Story
So Far
#neighbourhoodplanning
A quick reminder of what neighbourhood planning is…
• POWER
to make planning policy
• RESPONSIBILIT...
Planning
Application
Stage 1: Designating your neighbourhood
area (and forum)
Stage 2: Consultation and plan making
Thame
VISION
Thame must maintain its character
as a real market town
• Continue to feel ‘compact’
• Continue to have a clo...
Stage 3: Examination
Stage 4: Referendum
90%
21% turnout 40% turnout34% turnout
Yes
92%
Yes
76%
Yes
new Applications: Cradley; Lower Bullingham; Orleton; Pyons (all Herefordshire);
Haddenham (Aylesbury Vale); Shaftesbury (...
This data was
informally gathered
from internet
monitoring and is
being constantly
updated
#NP100
+ 22 local authorities have designated areas so far
#neighbourhoodplanning
• Upper Eden in Cumbria
• Exeter St James
• Thame in Oxfordshire
• Cringleford in Norfolk
• Tattenh...
Planning
Application
Thame
SAMPLE OBJECTIVE
“Support Thame’s Shops”
The best way to support Thame’s shops is to focus new
retail development in...
Thame
POLICIES
10 on Housing
15 on Working and Shopping
6 on Getting Around
4 on Community, Leisure and Well Being
24 on E...
• Village on the edge of
Norwich. Core Strategy
allocates 1200 new
homes
• Pre submission
consultation completed
• Policie...
Publicity underway. Examination soon.
Six topics, six policies: including housing growth and the
local economy
www.cheshir...
SUPPORT
Local planning authority
has a legal duty to
provide advice and
assistance
Communities
Bespoke direct
support
and/or
£7k
Mycommunityrights.org.uk
LPA = £30k
£5k @ designation
£5k @ submission
£20k @ successful
examination
Support, Examination and Referendum
#neighbourhoodplanning
LinkedIn – Neighbourhood Planning
Charlotte.dring@communities.gsi.gov.uk
Resources And Networking
DCLG page
www.gov.uk/neighbourhood-planning
#what-is-neighbourhood-planning
Support programme
www...
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#neighbourhoodplanning - the story so far

  1. 1. #neighbourhoodplanning The Story So Far
  2. 2. #neighbourhoodplanning A quick reminder of what neighbourhood planning is… • POWER to make planning policy • RESPONSIBILITY to meet need and support growth • INVESTMENT through Community Infrastructure Levy* * Communities with a neighbourhood plan in place receive 25% of CIL
  3. 3. Planning Application
  4. 4. Stage 1: Designating your neighbourhood area (and forum)
  5. 5. Stage 2: Consultation and plan making
  6. 6. Thame VISION Thame must maintain its character as a real market town • Continue to feel ‘compact’ • Continue to have a close relationship with open countryside around it • Retain its markets • Continue to act as a centre for the surrounding area, not just residents • Remain attractive to residents and visitors
  7. 7. Stage 3: Examination
  8. 8. Stage 4: Referendum
  9. 9. 90% 21% turnout 40% turnout34% turnout Yes 92% Yes 76% Yes
  10. 10. new Applications: Cradley; Lower Bullingham; Orleton; Pyons (all Herefordshire); Haddenham (Aylesbury Vale); Shaftesbury (North Dorset); Whaley Bridge (High Peak) Desborough (Kettering) * signifies first in LA 16 new Designations: Cherry Willingham (West Lindsey); Bankside (Southwark*); Cottingham (East Riding of Yorkshire*); Hoylake (Wirral); Ditchling; Peacehaven and Telscombe (Lewes); Bow Brickhill; Campbell Park; Castlethorpe (all Milton Keynes); Deeping Gate; Glinton; Northborough; Peakirk (all Peterborough*); Kineton; Long Compton; Shipston on Stour (all Stratford); Draft plans: Ferring, Sprowston, Cockermouth (First NDO!) Norland – until 26/07/13 Slaugham – 25/07/13 Tattenhall – 17/07/13; Lynton & Lynmouth –12/07/13; Much Wenlock – 26/06/13 3 3 8 32 391 577 PIPELINE
  11. 11. This data was informally gathered from internet monitoring and is being constantly updated
  12. 12. #NP100 + 22 local authorities have designated areas so far
  13. 13. #neighbourhoodplanning • Upper Eden in Cumbria • Exeter St James • Thame in Oxfordshire • Cringleford in Norfolk • Tattenhall in Cheshire
  14. 14. Planning Application
  15. 15. Thame SAMPLE OBJECTIVE “Support Thame’s Shops” The best way to support Thame’s shops is to focus new retail development in the town centre. Other ways of supporting retail are to make sure people live and work in the town centre. This can be done by supporting employment and encouraging residential uses, especially above shops.
  16. 16. Thame POLICIES 10 on Housing 15 on Working and Shopping 6 on Getting Around 4 on Community, Leisure and Well Being 24 on Environment, Sustainability and Design Quality But remember: Upper Eden Neighbourhood Plan contains seven policies in total Neighbourhood planning is a flexible tool
  17. 17. • Village on the edge of Norwich. Core Strategy allocates 1200 new homes • Pre submission consultation completed • Policies on general issues, the environment, housing, local economy, community and transport http://www.cringlefordparishcouncil.gov.uk/
  18. 18. Publicity underway. Examination soon. Six topics, six policies: including housing growth and the local economy www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk
  19. 19. SUPPORT Local planning authority has a legal duty to provide advice and assistance
  20. 20. Communities Bespoke direct support and/or £7k Mycommunityrights.org.uk
  21. 21. LPA = £30k £5k @ designation £5k @ submission £20k @ successful examination Support, Examination and Referendum
  22. 22. #neighbourhoodplanning LinkedIn – Neighbourhood Planning Charlotte.dring@communities.gsi.gov.uk
  23. 23. Resources And Networking DCLG page www.gov.uk/neighbourhood-planning #what-is-neighbourhood-planning Support programme www.mycommunityrights.org.uk LinkedIn Group www.linkedin.com/groups?gid =3741603&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr Twitter http://twitter.com /CommunitiesUK Much Wenlock’s List http://www.wenlockplan.org/links /other-neighbourhood- planning-frontrunners/ Planning Aid’s Up Front bulletin http://www.ourneighbourhood planning.org.uk/ Planning Advisory Service FAQs www.pas.gov.uk/pas/core /page.do?pageId=1802659 Locality Roadmap http://locality.org.uk/resources /neighbourhood-planning- roadmap-guide/
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