Neighbourhood Plan – What Comes Next
Come and join the conversations
In the light of the Coronavirus outbreak, neighbourhood plan meetings were suspended but some group members have been meeting online to plan a way ahead. As the easing of lockdown allows the plan now is for a series of more day long drop-in events to hold ongoing conversations and gather detailed feedback on the different themed areas of the plan, with surveys and competitions to keep it fun and engaging. This all informs the draft policies that will be presented at the following drop in day fro comment along with a conversation on the next theme.
Over upcoming meetings the group are strategising in the light of recent government proposals, using the information from the mapping done at the housing consultation day to inform on where residents would like to see development and where not. At the same time the group is focusing on the environment theme in the light of upcoming changes to payments to farmers as EU membership ends, and initiatives by Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Wild East and others, in partnership with landlowners including households, to re-wild and re-green a significant proportion of land, enhancing wildlife corridors and food resiliance in the process. Exciting stuff!
It is planned to co-ordinate the finalisation of the Neighbourhood Plan so that it links in with the finalisation of the Local Plan. This will deliver maximum longevity before review is required.
|Index||Date||Document / Planned Discussion|
|36||Planned Meeting Dates||Provisional Plan of meeting dates and events pencilled in for each month.
November 12th | 26th | Memorial Hall 7pm
December 10th | Memorial Hall 7pm
January 7th | 21st
February 4th | 18th
March 4th | 18th
April 1st | 15th | 29th
|35||November 12th 2020||Minutes
|34||October 29th 2020||Cancelled|
|33||October 15th 2020||Minutes|
|32||September 17th 2020 | Memorial Hall 7pm||Notes from meeting
Due to Covid restrictions places are limited to 15 but this is an opportunity for anyone who was involved prior to Covid to find out what the core group have been doing over lockdown and to hear about the latest twists and turns in thinking, both the group’s and the government’s.
• Feedback from housing consultation event
• Update on incoming changes in planning law and neighbourhood plans
• What we need to do going forwards
|31||September 3rd 2020||Agenda - First sift of sites and process for future development to be agreed beginning with the suggestions which emerged from exhibition day on 23rd. Opportunity to get ahead of the game as the government has indicated a desire for a more truncated approach to Neighbourhood Planning. To focus on development and agreeing a way ahead.|
|30||13th August 2020||Core group Meeting 7pm | Notes | discussion was about the first proposals coming out of the consultation day plus the implications of the new planning proposals from Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick
Due to increasing work commitments and the fact that more progress has made during lockdown than previously the group agreed to a fortnightly format to keep momentum.
|29||8th August 2020||Walsham Neighbourhood Plan makes the Bury Free Press|
|28||July 30th 2020||Core group Meeting 5.30pm | Notes | reflection on outcomes of exhibition day and to formulate plans for next steps|
|27||July 23rd 2020||An open air (barn door open), socially distanced, exhibition day to engage the community on the housing proposal for the plan.
The large master plan for sites location worked extremely well and has revealed some useful leads as well as some patterns about where and where not people want to see development happen.
Focus now on housing policies and planning the next drop in day for Environment (possibly Sept 10th In Church Farm Barn)
Documents will be added to this timeline soon.
|26||July 8th 2020||Core group Meeting - planning and preparation for exhibition day|
|25||July 1st 2020||Core group Meeting - planning and preparation for exhibition day|
|24||June 25th 2020||Core group Meeting - planning and preparation for exhibition day|
|23||June 18th 2020||Meeting Notes
Housing Needs Survey - 2015
|22||June 11th 2020||Meeting notes|
|21||June 4th 2020||Meeting notes|
|20||March 12th 2020||Notes from Meeting|
|19||February 13th 2020||Notes from Meeting
|18||August 5th 2019||Draft Local Plan - Notice of Consultation
View the consultation document online, and to submit your comments
Drop in Session dates and Submit your Comments
|17||July 11th 2019||Historical development of the village ‘in a nutshell’
|16||6th June 2019||To look at some likely potential (preferred and reserved) sites for discussion|
|15||2nd May 2019||Minutes
|14||28th February 2019||Agenda|
|13||25th February 2019||Community Infrastructure Levy and how to access it.
Includes the the link to the publicly available developer contributions database so you can see what is available.
|12||24th February 2019||Steps towards adoption of a Neighbourhood Plan
Neighbourhood Plan Website
|11||22nd February 2019||Draft Masterplan for proposed development of Shepherd's Grove site, Stanton
More information can be found at: http://www.shepherdsgrovestanton-masterplan.co.uk
|10||27th January 2019||BMSDC Draft Housing Land Supply Position Statement & Consultation timelines|
|9||29th November 2018||Notes from Meeting|
|8||4th October 2018||Minutes|
|7||31 July 2018||WleW NP Area Designation Notice
|6||26th July 2018||Minutes|
|5||27th June 2018||News item 'all day' drop in session - Plan Boundary
Views collected on proposed strands of the Neighbourhood Plan...
Design | Environment | Flood Risk | Green Issues | Heritage | Housing | Jobs & Shops | | School & Early YearsSports & Lesiure | Traffic | Transport | Anything Else
|4||31 May 2018||Minutes|
|3||25th April 2018||Minutes
|2||28th March 2018||Minutes|
|1||27th February 2018||Draft Mission Statement|