What is Neighbourhood Planning?
The Localism Act 2011 introduces statutory Neighbourhood Planning in England. It enables communities to draw up a Neighbourhood Plan for their area and is intended to give communities more of a say in the development of their local area (within certain limits and parameters).
These plans will be used to decide the future of the places where you live and
work giving opportunities to:
- choose where you want new homes, shops and offices to be built
- have your say on what new buildings should look like
- grant planning permission for the new buildings you want to see go ahead.
Ivybridge Neighbourhood Plan
Ivybridge's Neighbourhood plan is currently being prepared and listed below are documents showing the stage we have currently reached with the plan. If you would like to get involved please get in touch with Mrs Lesley Hughes, Town Clerk, please click here for contact details. Published alongside the draft plan are a draft sustainability appraisal scoping report, a draft schedule of evidence that has helped to inform the plan, an early draft of the statement of consultation setting out how the community has been engaged in plan-making, and a draft statement explaining how the plan meets the basic conditions set by governmentResponses to the Draft Plan
Responses received from key consultees on the Draft Plan, and others who chose to respond other than through the on-line survey monkey
Documents supporting submission of the Ivybridge Neighbourhood Plan