Please note that the report has been produced by independent consultants AECOM and that the report is their professional assessment. Their commission is now complete.
The report is a final version and it is for information purposes only, to assist the Steering Group in formulating a draft plan. We are not seeking feedback on the report’s contents at this time .
There will be an opportunity for comments to be made on sites when the draft plan is published for full public consultation at REG14 later in the spring/early summer.
The draft plan is still in production.
The report has been shared with both the District and County Councils in their role as statutory consultees in the Neighbourhood Plan process.
See here for the final AECOM report
See here for an update on all 5 site submissions including recent information from Llanover.
You may have been in receipt of anonymous information in respect of the potential for development at the above site.
This communication was not from the Redgrave Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group. Any correspondence from the Group would make it clear that it was a formal communication from the Group and would clearly show the Neighbourhood Plan logo and of course would contain a clear explanation of the purpose of the communication.
We are sorry that whoever decided to post the information through your door has managed to confuse a number of people.
The information is not in connection with a planning application but instead is one of 5 sites submitted by the landowner in response to a Call for Sites made by the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group during October and November 2019.
Details of all 5 sites were available at the two public exhibitions held on 30th November and 3rd December and members of the public were invited to express their views. The results of the exhibitions are shown on this website.
The sites will be independently technically assessed in the New Year in terms of their viability, deliverability and impact upon highways, drainage, landscape, wildlife, historic environment etc and the results are expected around March 2020.
Once the assessments are completed, the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group will consider them together with the results of the public exhibitions and any other representations made by local residents and will decide which (if any) of the sites might be suitable for future development up to 2036 and should be included in the draft Neighbourhood Plan.
We will then invite public views on the draft plan.
No decisions on sites have been made or will be made until all evidence required to make a decision is complete. This won’t be before March 2020. Members of the public will then be invited again to make their views on any draft proposals at that time.
If you want to submit any views on the proposals before the assessments are completed then please can you do so before Mid February 2020 and in writing using the Neighbourhood Plan email address – firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope this clarifies matters.
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For those who were unable to attend either of the public exhibitions of Redgrave Neighbourhood Plan, there is a new opportunity:
TUESDAY 28th JANUARY 2020
6:30 – 8:00
THE CROSS KEYS PUB
The bar will be open.
Full details of the 5 sites submitted under “Call for Sites” will be available as will the results of the 2 public exhibitions.
Full details of all 5 sites submitted under “Call for Sites” are available to view here.
If you were not able to attend either of the 2 public events and would like to make a comment then please email email@example.com
The 5 submissions received under the “Call for Sites” request are available to view. See here.
It is not too late to express your view. We are very grateful for the great attendance and contribution at the Policy Ideas Exhibition on Saturday 30/11/19. There will be another opportunity to contribute your thoughts and ideas on Tuesday 3/12/19 at The CrossKeys Pub 6:00 – 8:00. Do come along.
If you are unable to attend either session then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOU are invited to one of two drop in events that have been organised to select and prioritise the top common scoring responses to the vision and policies that have been developed from the recent Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire responses.
See here for more information.
We are delighted to report an amazing response to the Redgrave Neighbourhood Plan questionnaire with 221 responses in total. The results are now available here.