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Consultation: draft Daws Hill Neighbourhood Plan

Daws Hill Neighbourhood Forum are running this consultation. 


Daws Hill Neighbourhood Forum has produced a draft neighbourhood plan for its neighbourhood area. The plan would give the local community more control over development in its area.

Between Monday 25 June and Sunday 5 August 2018 Daws Hill Neighbourhood Forum are consulting on a draft version of their plan before they submit it to us for formal consideration. 

Purpose and detail

The Daws Hill Neighbourhood Area was formally designated in 2012, along with the Daws Hill Neighbourhood Forum as the area’s neighbourhood planning body. The Daws Hill Neighbourhood Forum was formally redesignated in early 2018.

The draft Daws Hill Neighbourhood Plan sets out planning policies that can be used to influence planning applications in the area. The policies are intended to protect the special character of the area and to encourage development proposals for the benefit of the local community.

  • See Daws Hill Neighbourhood Plan (external website) to view a copy of the Daws Hill Neighbourhood Plan, its appendices, and supporting documents.
  • Hard copies of the plan may also be viewed in High Wycombe library, Flackwell Heath library, and the Buckinghamshire Council offices, Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP11 1BB


Start date

  • Monday 25 June 2018

Closing date

  • Sunday 5 August 2018

Further information

See Neighbourhood planning for further information on the neighbourhood planning process.

Expected outcome

Following the close of the consultation, the neighbourhood forum will take into account any comments they receive, and will submit a final version of its neighbourhood plan to us.

Once submitted, we will hold a further round of consultation on the plan, before submitting it to an independent examiner for review. Subject to the outcome of this review, the neighbourhood plan will then be the subject of a local referendum.