In addition to its statutory duties and the day-to-day running of the Parish, the Council is often involved with specific projects as part of its Strategic Objectives.
Go Ahead for Development of a Neighbourhood Plan
At an Extraordinary Meeting of the Council on 23 March 2017, it was resolved to develop a Parish Neighbourhood Plan. This decision was taken in light of the overwhelming support for such a Plan from those who had responded to the Council’s six-week Consultation on the subject. At a subsequent Public Meeting on 15 May 2017, a Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (NPSG) was formed, including the appointment of members and the election of David Holt as Chairman. Gill Whatley, Council’s Administrative Assistant, also agreed to act as Administration Co-ordinator for the Group. The Group can be contacted on email@example.com or via the Parish Office – see Contact for more details.
A Neighbourhood Plan is a local development plan for a specific place (in our case, the Parish). It is drawn up by the local community working with the planning authority (in our case, East Hants District Council and South Downs National Park Authority) and is approved by an independent inspector before going to a community referendum.
For more information, please see:
NPSG’s Terms of Reference
Notes of Public Meeting on 15.05.17
Confirmed Minutes of Extraordinary Council Mtg on 23.03.17
Results from Consultation on Potential Parish Neighbourhood Plan
Display Boards for NP Exhibition in February 2017
RCPC Chairman’s Welcoming Address to NP Exhibition in February 2017
Leaflet on Potential for RC Parish Neighbourhood Plan December 2016