Consultation: proposed Great and Little Kimble neighbourhood area


Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Parish Council has applied to designate its parish area as a neighbourhood area. This is the first step toward creating a neighbourhood plan for the area.

We are now seeking your opinions on the proposed designation of the Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Parish Area as a neighbourhood area.

Purpose and detail

The Neighbourhood Planning Regulations (2012) gives parish or town councils, and neighbourhood forums, the ability to apply for a neighbourhood area to be designated.

This is the first step in the process of developing a neighbourhood plan for an area. Once the council adopts a neighbourhood plan, it sits alongside the development plan for the area and are used to influence decisions on planning applications in the neighbourhood area.

These documents support Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Parish Council's application for designation as a neighbourhood area:

Please note that this is not a consultation on the neighbourhood plan itself, but merely the identification of the area for which the parish council wish to prepare a neighbourhood plan.

How to respond to the consultation

  • Complete our online form:

Comment on the proposed Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh neighbourhood area

Alternatively send your comments by email: Written comments by post to: Planning Policy Team, Planning and Sustainability, Wycombe District Council, Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, Bucks HP11 1BB

Personal data - fair processing notice

As part of this public consultation exercise any information received by us, including personal data, may be put into the public domain, including on this website.

Start date

  • Friday 8 September 2017

Closing date

  • 12 midnight, Monday 23 October 2017

Further information

Contact details

If you have any questions:

Expected outcome

Following this consultation the council will decide whether to designate the Kimble parish area as a neighbourhood area.

If designated, the parish council will then bring forward a neighbourhood plan to influence planning applications in the area.