Community Engagement and Consultation

Current Consultations 

BT Request for Payphone Removal 

Deadline for comments:  Tuesday 7 April at 5pm

BT has approached the Council with a request to remove a payphone at Speke Drive/Wimbourne Place, Daventry.  The Council's initial response is set out in the attached First Notification.  Views are invited on whether or not the Council's position, which is to object to its removal is supported.  Anyone wishing to comment on this is asked to complete this complete this form.


Creaton Conservation Area

Deadline for comments: Monday 27 April 2020 at 5pm.

The District Council is currently undertaking public consultation on a the draft Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan for Creaton. The consultations run from 10am Monday 16th March until 5pm Monday 27th April 2020. Comments must be made in writing to the District Council either by email, post or online survey no later than 5pm Monday 27 April. Comments cannot be accepted after this time. For information about the consultation, please click on the link underlined above or visit our Conservation Areas page.


Housing Needs Survey Guilsborough

Deadline for comments: Monday 20 April 2020 at 5pm.

Daventry District Council is currently is carrying out an important study on housing needs and requirements of those that have a close connection to Guilsborough Parish through residency, work or close family. The anonymised detail provided from this survey is vital in providing a balanced picture of housing circumstances in Daventry District as well as informing future housing and planning policies.  The information will be used to produce a Housing Report. For more information, a direct link to the survey, and completed reports for other areas as examples please visit our Housing Needs Survey page.


Badby Conservation Area 

Deadline for comments: Monday 27 April 2020 at 5pm.

The District Council is undertaking consultation on the draft Badby Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (2020).

The consultation runs from 10am Monday 16 March until 5pm Monday 27 April. Please note that responses can only be received during the official consultation period. All responses must be in writing and received by the District Council no later than 5pm Monday 27th April 2020.

For further information go to our Conservation Areas page. 


Draft Design Statement for Drayton Park

Deadline for comments: Friday 24 April at 4.30pm. 

The Council is consulting on a draft design statement for Drayton Park, which sets out the distinctive character of the estate and considerations which should be taken into account when planning changes and new development.

Find out  more information and details of how to have your say on the Village Design statements page here

Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) for Daventry Town

Deadline for comments: Friday 8 May 2020 at Midnight. 

Daventry town centre is currently covered by a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), which makes it an offence for someone to fail to surrender alcohol when asked to do so by a police officer, police community support officer, or authorised council officer.

The PSPO expires on 31 October 2020 and this 12-week consultation is seeking people's views on the sorts of powers a new PSPO should contain.

Complete the online survey here

Introduction of an Article 4 Direction

Deadline for comments: Tuesday 7 April 2020 at 5pm. 

Daventry District Council is consulting on the introduction of an Article 4 Direction removing the permitted development rights allowing office space to be converted to residential use in certain areas.

The Article 4 Direction applies to Daventry town centre and the Strategic Employment Areas in Brixworth, Crick, Woodford, Daventry Drayton Fields, Daventry Royal Oak and Daventry Marches.

The Direction is classified as ‘non-immediate’, meaning it cannot come into force for 12 months. It is also subject to a six-week consultation period to allow people - including those whose properties are affected – a chance to give their views.

Find out more information and details of how to have your say on our Article 4 page here


Personal information  

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