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Neighbourhood Planning is a new way for communities to decide the future of spatial planning development in their community, as it relates to the building of Homes, Shops and Offices and includes the design element of new buildings. If communities successfully complete the various stages of the process and receive the backing of their community through a referendum, planning permission will be granted for new buildings they want to see go ahead.
There is currently financial support from DCLG in form of grants to a maximum of £8,000 to help communities who are considering starting a Neighbourhood Plan. A new Landmark legal ruling will also provide a precendent to fight off proposals by developers by developing your own Neighbourhood Plan. (see below)
A Neighbourhood Plan can build on the work already undertaken in a Community Led Plan but will create a more focussed and costed business proposal that outlines the communities preferred approach to building and infrastructure developments in their area. A successful Neighbourhood Plan will have legal status.
It is important to note that Neighbourhood Plans are not a NIMBY's charter. In fact the main reason for completing the process is because a community wants to influence local government in respect of the type of development they DO want.
Neighbourhood Plans can specify locations for housing, as well as tackling improving roads, footpaths and cycle networks, specify design and density of housing and safeguard sites from development that are valued as green spaces.
For further information contact Peter Hirschfeld, Neighbourhood Planning Officer on 01652 637700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Humber, Coast and Vale Cancer Alliance would like to invite you to join their Community Network. If you have been affected by cancer and can volunteer your time to help us transform cancer services, we’d love to hear from you. We want to work alongside people who live in the Humber, Coast and Vale to understand what works well, what could be better and what we can learn. If you want to get involved, we would love to see you at our first meeting: 26th September 2019, 10.30am – 12pm Hessle Town Hall, Hessle, HU13 0RR Refreshments will be provided For more information and to confirm your attendance please contact: Jennifer Hall, Macmillan Patient and Public Engagement Officer for Humber, Coast and Vale Cancer Alliance Tel. 07936 0371077 Email: email@example.com