December 2013 Neighbourhood Planning overview

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  • Eden applications –seeing the change on the ground. One of the first applications for housebuilding in Upper Eden – consent for a dwelling on a farm that current (restricitve) policy doesn’t allow – and a house with a garage!
  • This is Exeter SJ area – agree area is an opportunity & challenge in itself – raise profile – what is the identity
  • This is what it looks like across the country. You can see Eden, Exeter, Thame. Good spread across the country. Take confidence from being part of a growing national movement.
  • Basic conditions! - Examiner checks that plans/orders:
    have an appropriate fit with local and national policy;
    have special regard for listed buildings & conservation areas;
    be compatible with European and equality / human rights obligations
    Contribute to sustainable development
  • Other community rights including Right to Bid – nominate an asset of community value to your LA, if put up for sale the community has a 6 month moratorium where they can purchase the asset before anyone else
  • December 2013 Neighbourhood Planning overview

    1. 1. #neighbourhoodplanning THE WHAT & THE HOW 11 December 2013 Eland House
    2. 2. tion nning Applica Pla
    3. 3. 600 Designated areas +
    4. 4. A growing movement This data was informally gathered from internet monitoring and is being constantly updated
    5. 5. A growing movement This data was informally gathered from internet monitoring and is being constantly updated
    6. 6. A growing movement This data was informally gathered from internet monitoring and is being constantly updated
    7. 7. A growing movement This data was informally gathered from internet monitoring and is being constantly updated
    8. 8. 836 Neighbourhood Planning From the Ground Up 635 189 Designated Applications Local Authorities 164 56% 49% There are 336 local planning authorities (not including county councils) 53 Application Designation Draft Plan 25 Examination 7 4 Referendum MADE
    9. 9. Thame Examination
    10. 10. Campaigning Restrictions
    11. 11. 90% Yes 92% Yes 76% Yes 34% turnout 21% turnout 40% turnout 96% Yes 81% Yes 74% Yes 52% turnout 17% turnout 26% turnout
    12. 12. rrtr #Yesweplan
    13. 13. TWENTY ONE The magic number
    14. 14. Community rights happening all around you……. Green Valley Grocer, in West Yorkshire closed, the community raised £18,000 selling £10 shares to the community. The new shop opened six weeks after the old shop closed. Oxford, Manchester United and Liverpool FC: listed Hastings Pier - community has listed the asset and is using community shares to take ownership. Whitstable Harbour Trust: propose to use the community right to challenge to run the harbour on behalf of the council; any surplus going back to the community In Nunhead south London, local residents listed The Ivy House as a Community Asset, then used community shares to raise the money to buy it! Haverhill Neighbourhood Community Budget: working with local business to deliver local jobs for young people through apprenticeships and training
    15. 15. Resources
    16. 16. Communities £7k grant @ any time And (/or) direct support @ pre-submission Mycommunityrights.org.uk
    17. 17. LPA = £30k £5k @ designation (+ £5k for forums) £5k @ submission £20k @ successful examination (+ £10k for business areas) Support, Examination and Referendum
    18. 18. Parish council  Neighbourhood Plan  Parish council  Neighbourhood Plan X = 25% uncapped, paid to Parish = 15% capped at £100 / dwelling, paid to Parish Parish council X Neighbourhood Plan  Parish council X Neighbourhood Plan X = 25% uncapped, local authority consults with community = 15% capped at £100 / dwelling, local authority consults with community Community Infrastructure Levy
    19. 19. Resources and Networking DCLG page Planning Aid’s Up Front bulletin www.gov.uk/neighbourhood-planning #what-is-neighbourhood-planning http://www.ourneighbourhood planning.org.uk/ Support programme www.mycommunityrights.org.uk Planning Advisory Service FAQs LinkedIn Group Locality Roadmap www.linkedin.com/groups?gid =3741603&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr Twitter http://twitter.com /CommunitiesUK www.pas.gov.uk/pas/core /page.do?pageId=1802659 http://locality.org.uk/resources /neighbourhood-planningroadmap-guide/ Much Wenlock’s List http://www.wenlockplan.org/links /other-neighbourhoodplanning-frontrunners/
    20. 20. The Champions Network
    21. 21. Share your experiences
    22. 22. Mobilisation #neighbourhoodplanning

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