Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan Update
WHAT WILL GO IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN ? Neighbourhood planning allows local residents and businesses to create their own planning policies in a formal plan that reflects their priorities , deivers tangible local benefits and has real weight in planning decsions, ensuring Limpsfield moves forward the way residents wish it to.
WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR ? We were designated as a 'Neighbourhood Area' by Tandridge District Council on 15 June 2015. A Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group has been mobilised and met 15 times already, and is now working on the early stages of the Neighbourhood Plan. (NP). We have set up 4 Topic Working Groups, who will research, build evidence and create policies for our chosen key areas which are as follows: Community Assets and Infrastructure; Building Design and Heritage; Environment and Local Economy; Housing and Development. These topic groups have already met a number of times and are assembling a wealth of material to support the development of the Neighbourhood Plan.More volunteers to join these topic groups are always welcome.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM ALL OF YOU ! Weave already written to many local organisations from sports clubs to churches, schools, residents associations and interest groups, but we are very keen to get views from all parts of the Parish - especially from around the Chart and the more remote areas.
TO GET INVOLVED: Come to one of our meetings, email the NP Coordinator Geoff Dessent - email@example.com, or sign up for general NP updates using the sign up sheets in St Peters Church Hall. Stay tuned for upcoming surveys and drop-in events for you to view the draft NP in the near future and keep track of our progress on our NP website: Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan
COMMUNITY ASSETS - an important part of the Neighbourhood Plan is the full list of community assets Limpsfield Community Assests
AECOM HERITAGE AND CHARACTER STUDY - Limpsfield Heritage and Character Assessment - AECOM - Part 1
STOP PRESS: The 450 Neighbourhood Plan Household Survey responses are now being analyzed. Prize draw for those fully completing the Household Survey will be held on 21 August 2017.