Village Design Statements

Village Design Statements

Village Design Statements provide more detailed design guidance for a parish to supplement Daventry District Council's planning policies. They are prepared by Parish Councils, and following consultation they are adopted by the Council as Supplementary Planning Documents.

Guidance for Parish Councils

The Council has produced two guidance notes for Parish Councils interested in preparing a village design statement. The first is a general guide which explains what a VDS is, what it covers and sets out the stages in its production. The Council has produced a separate guidance note which incorporates advice on biodiversity and heritage issues which is based on standard advice issued by Natural England, The Wildlife Trust and Historic England. The two guidance notes can be downloaded below:


Consultations

There are no current consultations.

Please note that due to the current restrictions relating to Covid-19, which meant that there was limited access to venues hosting hard copies of the document, there will be a further consultation on the draft Drayton Park Design Statement. Updated information will be provided as soon as possible.   

Village Design Statements in Daventry District

Listed below are the Village Design Statements that have been adopted by Daventry District Council (click on the links to download):

Arthingworth - adopted February 2016 

 

Byfield - adopted February 2016 

 

Boughton - adopted May 2017 

 

Bringtons and Nobottle - adopted October 2018 

 

Brixworth   

 

Clipston - adopted May 2013 

 

Creaton - adopted September 2004 

 

Crick - adopted December 2010 

 

Daventry Town 

 

Farthingstone 

 

Flore 

 

Great Oxendon - adopted October 2016 

 

Hellidon - October 2016

 

Hollowell & Teeton 

 

Long Buckby 

 

Naseby 

 

Norton 

 

Ravensthorpe - adopted February 2017

 

Scaldwell 

 

Sibbertoft 

 

Spratton - adopted May 2013

 

Stowe Nine Churches - adopted February 2020

 

Walgrave 

 

Whilton 

 

Yelvertoft - adopted October 2015