Wickham Market Draft Neighbourhood Plan

February 17, 2019

 

 

Regulation 14 Consultation

 

Published: 18th February 2019

 

Wickham Market Parish Council Draft Neighbourhood Plan Regulation 14 Consultation

 

Notification of the formal public consultation on the Wickham Market Draft Neighbourhood Plan (Regulation 14 Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012)

 

Your Parish Council’s Neighbourhood Plan Committee has been preparing a draft Neighbourhood Plan for Wickham Market. This draft plan has been based on residents’ views that have been expressed through consultation and is also based on Suffolk Coastal District Council’s Local Plan.

 

The Draft Plan has now been published for formal consultation with local residents, statutory bodies, businesses and other interested bodies.  The consultation period runs from Monday 18th February 2019 until 5pm on Monday 1st April 2019.

 

During this consultation you may view the draft plan and associated documents via the Neighbourhood Plan website at https://www.wickhammarketnp.org.  You can also see paper copies of the draft plan at Wickham Market Library, Chapel Lane, Wickham Market.

 

If you would like to make any comments on this draft plan during the consultation period, you can either email them to the parish clerk at wickhammarketparishclerk@gmail.com or you can put them in writing and send them to Wickham Market Parish Council, Neutral Farm House, Mill Lane, Butley, Woodbridge, Suffolk. IP12 3PA.  A Response form can be found below for your convenience however you may respond in a different format if you so choose.

 

If you have any difficulties in viewing the draft plan or making comments, you may contact the Parish Clerk, Jo Peters on 07463 765707 or via email at wickhammarketparishclerk@gmail.com. Comments must be received by 5pm on 1st April 2019

 

What will happen next?

 

Following this public consultation, the Draft Neighbourhood Plan will be revised and a final plan will be submitted to Suffolk Coastal District Council to check that it complies with all the necessary regulations. The final plan will then be published for another public consultation (Regulation 16).  Following this, the final plan will be submitted to an Independent Examiner for assessment and, if passed, a Referendum will take place on the plan.

 

Please find a response form here

 

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