Neighbourhood Development Plan
PLAN NEARS COMPLETION
The Marsh Gibbon Neighbourhood Development Plan, that we met to discuss last October, is now a stage nearer completion. The Parish Council approved the final version on June 10, and it has now been submitted to Aylesbury Vale District Council. They will put it out for consultation for six weeks; then it is inspected by an independent examiner. The examiner can recommend modifications to the plan if they are required. If there are modifications these will be considered by AVDC as well as the Parish Council. Then it’s the opportunity for everyone in the village to vote in a referendum on whether to adopt the Plan. If the vote is in favour, it will then provide specific guidance to AVDC when future planning applications are made here.
To enable everyone to understand how the Plan will help protect the future of the village, we will distribute a copy to all homes and businesses – in September. Then we’ll hold another meeting to answer any questions people have – in October; before the referendum – probably in November. So the Plan could be in force by the end of the year.
To view the updated version of The Neighbourhood Plan and the related Basic Conditions Statement, Consultation Statement and Evidence Base Report follow the links below:
- MG_neighbourhood plan July 2014
- Basic Conditions Statement
- Consultation Statement
- Evidence Base Report
Copies are also available in the porch at St Mary’s Church and the Village Hall.
For any more information please contact the chairman of MGPC, Ian Metherell, on 01869 277620 or email email@example.com, or the Parish Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org ; or speak to any parish councillor.
The 6 week Pre-Submission Consultation on the Marsh Gibbon Plan fulfils The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012. The consultation commenced on Friday 17 January 2014 and will end on Friday 28th February 2014.
The Plan’s key policies concern the number, type and location of new housing; the designation of two local green spaces; car parking; community and recreation facilities and issues connected with employment, traffic and the natural environment of the village.
To view The Neighbourhood Plan and the related evidence base document follow the links below. Copies are also available in Marsh Gibbon Shop, St Mary’s Church and Marsh Gibbon Village Hall.
Representations should be sent to email@example.com or in writing to: Clerk to Marsh Gibbon Parish Council, 1 Darley’s Close, Grendon Underwood, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP18 0SE
Representations must be received by 5pm on Friday 28th February 2014.