Submitted Neighbourhood Plan Consultation – 13 January 2017 to Friday 24 February 2017
Under Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, Kempsey Parish Council submitted its Neighbourhood Plan to Malvern Hills District Council.
In accordance with Regulation 16, Malvern Hills District Council are undertaking a public consultation from Friday 13 January 2017 until 5:00pm on Friday 24 February 2017, during which interested parties are invited to make comments on the draft Kempsey Neighbourhood Plan.
The submitted documentation includes:
- The proposed Neighbourhood Plan
- A map, forming part of the above Plan, identifying the area to which the proposed Neighbourhood Plan relates
- A Consultation Statement explaining who was consulted, and how consultation comments have been addressed
- A Basic Conditions Statement explaining how the proposed Neighbourhood Plan meets the requirements set out in legislation and environmental matters.
To view the submitted Kempsey Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents, please follow the links below:
- Kempsey Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP), January 2017
- Kempsey NDP - Basic Conditions Statement
- Kempsey NDP – Strategic Environmental Assessment Screening Opinion
- Kempsey NDP – Consultation Statement
Hard copies of the documents can be viewed at the Malvern Customer Service Centre and Library, Tenbury Wells Customer Service Centre and Library and Upton-upon-Severn Customer Service Centre and Library.
If you wish to comment on any part of the Kempsey Neighbourhood Plan please complete the Response Form.
Comments on the draft Kempsey Neighbourhood Plan should be sent to Malvern Hills District Council by 5pm on Friday 24 February 2017.
Comments can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent by post to Planning Policy at Malvern Hills District Council, Planning Services, The Council House, Avenue Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 3AF.
It is the responsibility of Malvern Hills District Council to collate all the responses and forward them on to an independent examiner, who consider the responses and the Plan documents when assessing whether the Neighbourhood Plan meets the relevant legislation and can therefore proceed to referendum.