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Neighbourhood Plan draft objectives

Over the past eleven months, the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group has carried out research into many aspects of our community, produced a questionnaire and analysed the results. This information has allowed us to get a good idea of what the community wants to achieve over the coming years.


We have identified four high level objectives.

1. Sustain our community

2. Meet our local housing needs

3. Preserve the character of our community

4. Protect and enhance our environment


Each of these objectives has been broken down into more detailed objectives, describing WHAT we want to achieve, and WHY. We have also taken ideas and data from the questionnaire to start to describe HOW we *might* achieve these objectives.


There are two phases to the neighbourhood planning process; Scoping and Delivery. Scoping is all about identifying the objectives (WHAT and WHY) and we are nearing the end of this phase. Delivery is where we identify HOW we will achieve them as a set of planning policies and projects.


In January, we are holding four public meetings at different times and days of the week to give as many people as possible a chance to participate. At these meetings we want your feedback and ideas.

  • Are these objectives correct?

  • Which of these objectives should take priority?

  • How might we achieve each of the objectives?

You can also send your feedback to the Steering Group at bhwbuf.neighbourhoodplan@gmail.com


There will be a pay-bar, and free tea/coffee and biscuits at each meeting. The times and dates are:

Saturday 21st 15:00-16:30 – The Village Hall

Monday 23rd 16:30-18:00 – The Village Hall

Tuesday 24th 19:00-20:30 – The Winterbourne

Sunday 29th 11:00-12:30 – The Village Hall


We look forward to seeing you there.


Mark Miller

Chairman

Broad Hinton, Winterbourne Bassett and Uffcott Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group.


Draft Vision and Objectives
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