Neighbourhood planning offers the opportunity for local people to be involved in shaping the future of the areas in which they live and work. These pages outline the stages that involve some form of public statutory engagement such as consultation on a document, an examination on the plan or a referendum on whether to accept a plan.
Current Neighbourhood Plan Activity
Consultation on Croxton and Kilverstone & Brettenham Neighbourhood Plan (Reg.16)
Croxton and Kilverstone & Brettenham Parish Council's have submitted their Joint Neighbourhood Plan for consultation.
The Plan sets out a vision for the future of the Parish and planning policies which will be used to determine planning applications locally.
In accordance with Regulation 16 of The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended), the Local Planning Authority must publicise the Plan for at least 6 weeks for public consultation.
A paper copy of the Neighbourhood Plan and the supporting documents, including the representation (comments) form, can be viewed below at:
Breckland Council's Offices, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham, NR19 1EE;
Thetford Library, Raymond Street, Thetford, IP24 4EA;
Telephone Kiosk, The Street, Croxton, IP24 1LN;
Brettenham Manor, Brettenham, IP24 2RP;
Kilverstone Estate Office, Kilverstone, IP24 2RL
during normal opening hours.
- see page 162 for Strategic Environmental Assessment - Re-Screening Determination (Jan 2017)
The consultation starts on Friday 2nd February 2018. Representations (comments) on the draft Plan and the supporting documents need to be sent to Breckland Council by no later than 5pm on Friday 16th March 2018.
Representations are encouraged to be submitted electronically by attaching the representation form (below) to an email and sending it to 'email@example.com'.
Or send by post to "Neighbourhood Planning" at the above address for Breckland Council Offices where paper copies of the form can also be requested.
This page will be updated to include formal Neighbourhood Plan preparations by Parish and Town Councils and the subsequent statutory stages until the plans 'making'