Neighbourhood Plan


The Parish Council is consulting on whether to have a Neighbourhood Plan and is seeking the views of parishioners.  A Neighbourhood Plan can help a community to ensure that it develops in a sustainable manner.  It can deliver a whole range of economic, social and environmental benefits and influence planning in the village typically the type of development, housing including affordable housing, the design of buildings, protection and creation of open spaces, transport and access - the list is not exhaustive.  More information about what is a Neighbourhood Plan can be found by clicking on the links below.  If you support the initiative of having a Neighbourhood Plan please contact Diane Taylor at gransdenpc@hotmail.co.uk  
If you are also willing to be involved and take on a role to move the project forward, again please contact Diane Taylor

Locality: http://mycommunity.org.uk/take-action/neighbourhood-planning/


RTPI: http://www.ourneighbourhoodplanning.org.uk/home


Huntingdonshire DC: http://www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/planning/neighbourhood-planning/


The remaining links will take you to specific Neighbourhood Development Plans


Marsh Gibbon NP, South Oxfordshire with approximate 400 households, a similar size to Great Gransden

https://www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/marsh-gibbon-neighbourhood-plan


Wrestlingworth in Central Bedfordshire. This had at 2011 Census 330 dwellings.  This plan has not yet gone through examination

http://www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/planning/policy/neighbourhood-planning/wrestlingworth.aspx


Ashurst Wood, Mid Sussex with 723 dwellings

http://www.midsussex.gov.uk/planning-licensing-building-control/planning-policy/neighbourhood-plans/ashurst-wood-neighbourhood-plan/



Tattenhall Neighbourhood Plan (over 1,000 homes in 2011) 

http://tattenhallpc.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Tattenhall-Neighbourhood-Plan.pdf

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