What's happened so far?
Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh neighbourhood area designation
On 13 November 2017, we designated a neighbourhood area in Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh parish. This area follows the parish boundaries, and is the same area as that applied for by Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Parish Council.
A map of the neighbourhood area is set out below alongside a statement setting out a summary of the consultation on the proposed area and the reasons for the designation.
Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh pre-submission plan consultation
Great & Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Parish Council co-ordinated a public consultation process on its Neighbourhood Plan proposals for the period 2013-2033 between May and June 2019.
Submission of Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Neighbourhood Plan
The GLKNP was submitted to the us for formal consultation in late 2019. We held a public consultation on the proposed submission neighbourhood plan between Wednesday 8 January and 18 February 2020.
You can view the submission draft below:
We received 44 responses to the consultation, you can view the responses online.
The plan was submitted to an independent examiner, alongside the plan’s supporting documents and the representations made at this stage.
Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Neighbourhood Plan Examination
During the examination of the GLKNP we received questions from the Examiner. These may be viewed below:
The responses of the Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Neighbourhood Plan Group can be viewed below:
Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Neighbourhood Plan Examination - Examiner's Report
Mr. David Hogger MRTPI was appointed through Intelligent Plans to examine the Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh (GLKNP) Neighbourhood Plan. We have now received the Examiner’s report on the Neighbourhood Plan, which recommends that the Neighbourhood Plan proceeds to referendum, subject to modifications being made.
Examination Report can be viewed below:
Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh Neighbourhood Plan Examination - Decision Statement
The Council has considered the Examiner’s report and come to the formal view that the GLKNP, with the modifications meets the basic conditions and is compatible with the Convention Rights. This is set out in the decision statement drawn up and formally signed off by the Council. You can view the decision statement below:
Following a delay caused by the Covid-19 restrictions the plan was taken to referendum on 6 May 2021. Over 88% of those eligible to vote and who voted were in favour of the Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh neighbourhood plan being made part of the development plan.
The Referendum Version of the Great and Little Kimble-cum Marsh Neighbourhood Plan is the version that should be us
What's happening next?
Following the result of the referendum on 22 June 2021 we adopted the Great and Little Kimble-cum-Marsh neighbourhood-plan.
The plan is now used alongside the local plan when determining planning applications in the neighbourhood area.