Consultation: publication Bledlow-cum-Saunderton Neighbourhood Plan
Bledlow-cum-Saunderton Parish Council has submitted a neighbourhood plan for its parish area for formal consultation. The plan would give the parish council more control over development in its area. Wycombe District Council is now consulting on this proposed plan before it is submitted for independent examination later this year.
Purpose and detail
In October 2015, Wycombe District Council designated the Bledlow-cum-Saunderton parish area as a neighbourhood area. In January 2016 the parish council surveyed its residents and a consultation followed in February and March 2016 to inform the production of a draft neighbourhood plan for the Bledlow-cum-Saunderton parish area. The draft neighbourhood plan was subject to further public consultation by the parish council in June and July 2016.
The neighbourhood plan has now been officially submitted to Wycombe District Council by the parish council. Wycombe District Council now must publish the plan and supporting submission for a statutory six weeks consultation.
The Bledlow-cum-Saunderton 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 parish and to encourage development proposals for the benefit of the local community.
The proposed plan is supported by the following documents:
Printed copies of the neighbourhood plan and supporting documents are available at:
- Wycombe District Council offices in Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1BB
- Princes Risborough Town Council offices, the Princes Centre, Clifford Road, Princes Risborough, Bucks HP27 0DP
- High Wycombe library 5 Eden Place, High Wycombe HP11 2DH
- Princes Risborough library, Bell St, Princes Risborough HP27 0AA
How to respond to the consultation
Regulation 19: Please note that any representations may include a request to be notified of the local planning authority’s decision on whether to ‘make’ the neighbourhood plan (that is: adopt it, following the examination and referendum).
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.
- Midnight on Tuesday 25 October 2016
If you have any questions:
Telephone: 01494 421 158
Following this consultation the plan will be submitted to an independent examiner, alongside the plan’s supporting documents and the representations made at this stage.
Subject to the outcome of the examination, the neighbourhood plan will then be the subject of a local referendum, which could take place in spring 2017.