Clipston and Overstone
At its meeting of Cabinet on 12 October 2021, the Council agreed that the Clipston and Overstone Neighbourhood Development Plans, as modified by the examiner’s recommendations should proceed to referendum. Further details are available on the Submitted Neighbourhood Plans webpage.
Kilsby Parish Council is undertaking a review of their neighbourhood plan which was made in 2016. The first formal stage is to consult on the changes through a regulation 14 consultation, this is taking place between 1 October and 15 November 2021. Further details are available on the Kilsby Parish Council website.
Neighbourhood Plan Review Toolkit
The Council has produced a toolkit to assist neighbourhood plan groups with "made" plans to consider if a review is needed, the type of review required and the process involved. View our Guide to Neighbourhood Planning for more information.
Advice on consultation and referenda
Groups who are considering undertaking formal consultation on draft neighbourhood plans (Regulation 14) should consider how this can be undertaken in a way that will help combat the spread of coronavirus.
The Government has issued temporary revised guidance which dispenses with the need for face to face exhibitions and to make available hard copies of the neighbourhood plan and supporting documents. Groups will still need to ensure that they are able to satisfy the Regulations to bring the consultation to the attention of people who live, work and carry on business in the neighbourhood area. This may involve the use of different or innovative methods.
Access the Government's guidance regarding neighbourhood plans
Any groups wishing to submit their plans for Regulation 16 consultation should contact the Council in advance to discuss timescales and how this will be undertaken in line with the latest Government guidance.
If you require further advice please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing email@example.com