What is a Neighbourhood Plan?
A Neighbourhood Plan is a way for communities, in this case Alresford Parish Council, to take a proactive approach to deciding the future of the places where they live and work. Once ‘made’ (adopted), a Neighbourhood Plan has the same legal status as the district wide Local Plan and will be used alongside the Local Plan in deciding planning applications that fall within its area. For more information please see the Council’s website.
Alresford Parish Council has produced and submitted a Draft Neighbourhood Plan for the parish (under Regulation 15) to Tendring District Council, along with a number of supporting documents. Tendring District Council is responsible for all the remaining stages of making the Neighbourhood Plan.
We are seeking your views on the Alresford Neighbourhood Plan (under Regulation 16) before it is considered by an examiner and can proceed towards a referendum.
Comments can be submitted to Tendring District Council between 9am on Monday 24th August and 5pm on Monday 12th October 2020.
How can I comment on the Neighbourhood Plan and its supporting documents?
To make comments on the Alresford Neighbourhood Plan, please contact the planning policy department by email email@example.com
or write to
William Fuller, Tendring District Council, Council Offices, Thorpe Road, Weeley, Essex, CO16 9AJ no later than 5pm on Monday 12th October 2020.
For further general advice on Community-led planning or to prepare a Neighbourhood Plan in your area, contact William Fuller at the above email or by calling 01255 68 61 88.