Consultation on Ardleigh Neighbourhood Plan (Reg 15 and 16)
What is a Neighbourhood Plan?
A Neighbourhood Plan is a way for communities – in this case Ardleigh 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.
Ardleigh Neighbourhood Plan Examination
On the 14th June Mrs Ann Skippers was appointed as the Examiner for the Ardleigh Neighbourhood Plan. The Examination for the Ardleigh Neighbourhood Plan formally opened on Wednesday 12th July 2023. On the 18th of August, the Examiner sent the Council an Interim Note of Findings which detailed a number of questions and matters of clarification.
The email and Interim Note can be found at the following links:
The documents under consideration are:
- Ardleigh Neighbourhood Plan
- Basic Condition Statement
- Consultation Statement with a number of appendices
- HRA and SEA Scoping Opinion Place Services
Regulation 16 Consultation
The regulation 16 consultation ran from Monday 15th May to Monday 26th June 2023. All representations received were sent to the Examiner.
How can I comment on the Neighbourhood Plan and its supporting documents?
This consultation is now closed.
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 686188.