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Thu, 18 Aug 2016 19:20 by Mark Hunter
A recent application has been refused by ENC Planning, as being contrary to the emerging NDP and hence planning policy.
This is the first occasion that the parish's emerging NDP has been given "weight" when deciding an application. ENC now recognises the emerging NDP is sufficiently advanced to be taken into account in planning matters.
The Independent Examiner's report is due in early Autumn and, subject to any changes he may require, the NDP will go to referendum later this year.
Sat, 23 Jul 2016 11:14 by Mark Hunter
Mr Chris Collison MRTPI has been appointed by ENC, in agreement with the Parish Council, as the Independent Examiner for the emerging parish Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP).
He is an experienced examiner, have undertaken this role several times, including Wolverton (Milton Keynes) and Higham Ferrers.
The submitted NDP and the responses from the Regulation 16 consultation run by ENC will now be examined by Chris over the coming months, with his report expected in Autumn.
Mon, 04 Jul 2016 00:01 by Mark Hunter
The University of Leicester's Geography Department will be surveying the village, as part of examining the character and sustainability of contemporary rural living as part of Research Council UK's 'Bridging the Rural Urban Divide' programme.
This study involves a questionnaire survey of residents in 4 villages in the East Midlands. The research is an academic research and is not being commissioned by any interest group or organisation. The survey will include questions on people's perceptions of the village and its wider environment, their reasons for living in the village, how they see the village might change in the future, their domestic and travel use of energy, plus how they feel about its environment. More »
The team will be visiting the village to do interviews from weekend 9th - 10th July, although the major part of the survey will start from Friday 22nd July. » Less