Later in July, questionnaires will be delivered to every house within the designated area. It is so important that you complete this and you will have the opportunity to do so online or using the paper form. All members of the household can complete a separate questionnaire if they wish.
What is important is that we gather as broad a spectrum of vision, ideas and issues as possible. The final Neighbourhood Plan for Redgrave should be a document that we all own and believe in.
A member of our team will deliver and collect the questionnaire and they will be happy to discuss the objectives and process for developing Redgrave’s Neighbourhood Plan.
Watch out for the following flyer which will appear in the July issue of the Parish Magazine.
We are delighted to announce that members of the Redgrave Neighbourhood Plan team will be at the Starwings Shakesbeer Festival 11th-14th July. We will have a stand sporting our new logo and people very keen too hear your ideas and thoughts about the development of Redgrave over the next 20 years. If you have young family members who hope to have a future in the village we would also love to hear their views.
Andrea Long from Compasspoint Planning has been selected to guide us through the development and submission of the Redgrave Neighbourhood Plan. 3 consultants were considered, all being strong contenders but the Steering Group felt that Andrea fitted best as a member of the team and had proven success in the completion of Neighbourhood Plans in East Anglia.
We invited the young people of Redgrave to design a logo for all of our publicity and documentation for Redgrave’s Neighbourhood Plan. The winner has been chosen. See more here.