Neighbourhood Plan

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Neighbourhood planning gives local communities a greater say in how their locality should be developed in the future. It allows local people the opportunity to influence what type of new development should take place, where it should be located, and what it should look like. Once a neighbourhood plan is approved it becomes part of the statutory planning framework and must be taken account of by the local authority when they are making planning decisions. However a neighbourhood plan must be in “general conformity” with the local plan for the area. This means that it must take account of the local authority’s assessment of housing and other development needs.

Key Diagram

To view the Neighbourhood Plan 2010 to 2030 Key Diagram, please select link below. Neston Neighbourhood Plan Key Diagram (The above document is quite large (~27MB) and […]

Appendices

To view the Neighbourhood Plan 2010 to 2030 Appendices, please select link below. Neston Neighbourhood Plan Appendices March 2016 (The above document is quite large (~17MB) and […]

Neston Neighbourhood Plan

To view the Neighbourhood Plan 2010 to 2030, please select link below. Neston Neighbourhood Plan March 2016 (The above document is quite large (~5MB) and will take […]

Decision Statement

Cheshire West and Chester Council Neston Neighbourhood Plan Decision Statement published pursuant to the Localism Act 2011 Schedule 38A (9) and Regulation 19 of the […]

YES Vote for Neston Neighbourhood Plan

Neston Town Council is delighted that the Neston Neighbourhood Plan received a majority yes vote in the referendum. Of the 3469 people voting , 2930 […]

Neston Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Stage

Having passed all required previous stages, the Neston Neighbourhood Plan will be put to a Referendum of Neston electors (all in Parkgate, Neston, Little Neston […]

Neston Neighbourhood Plan Publicity Stage

A six week publicity period will run from Monday 12 October to 5pm on Monday 23 November 2015, during which interested parties are invited to make comments on the plan.