3 Jan 24

Planning

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31 Jan 24

Planning

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28 Feb 24

Planning

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27 Mar 24

Planning

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24 Apr 24

Planning

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7 May 24

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ANNUAL PARISH MEETING:THIS IS AN OPEN MEETING AND CAN BE ATTENDED BY ANY MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC WHO MAY SPEAK IF THEY WISH TO DO SO. HOWEVER, SHOULD A VOTE BE TAKEN ON ANY MATTER RAISED, ONLY THOSE ON THE ELECTORAL REGISTER FOR BREAGE PARISH MAY VOTE

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7 May 24

Following Annual Parish Meeting

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29 May 24

Planning

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Neighbourhood Development Plan

 

Neighbourhood Development Plan Breage Parish

Breage Parish Council resolved in February 2017 to support the preparation of a Neighbourhood Development Plan for the Parish. A Neighbourhood Development Plan is a community led framework for guiding the future development, growth and conservation of the Parish, and if adopted would form part of the Statutory Development Plan for Breage.


A series of public meetings and an initial survey of households in the Parish over the autumn of 2017 revealed community support for the preparation of a Neighbourhood Development.

In January 2018 the Parish Council established a Steering Group to take forward the preparation of the Neighbourhood Development Plan on its behalf.

The Steering Group is made up of local residents of the parish, and as part of its remit provides material to populate this web page.

How the Neighbourhood Development Plan works

The Localism Act 2011 provides for Parish Councils to prepare an NDP for their area. An NDP is a community led framework for guiding the future conservation, development and growth of the parish and if adopted would form part of the statutory development plan for Breage and would be a material consideration in the determination of planning applications. It provides an opportunity for the local community to have a real say on how the parish should develop and how land should be used over the next 10 to 15 years. It is not, however, a panacea for all of the issues that might be considered important in the parish – for example it has little scope to deal with things like dog bans, litter, policing or speeding traffic. Neither does an NDP start from a blank sheet of paper: rather it must conform to and reflect national planning policy and the strategic planning policies set out in the Cornwall Local Plan. It can, however, interpret these in more detail. The NDP must also pass through an independent inspection and critically can only be adopted if it secures majority support in a referendum of residents of the parish.

 A Breage Parish referendum will be held on 10 November when all on the Breage Parish Electoral Roll may vote. 

 

The referendum copy of the Breage Parish Neighbourhood Development Plan is available to view here:

 /_UserFiles/Files/Breage-Parish-NDP-referendum-edition-to-CC.pdf

 

 

Should you need any help or explanations please contact the Parish Clerk: 01326 574781/07767165077 or breageparishcouncil@btconnect.com 

 

Cornwall Council links regarding the Referendum:

https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/media/cvwpgzk1/information-for-voters-breage-npr.pdf

https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/media/lc4a01g4/information-statement-breage-npr.pdf

https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/media/nz4dbcib/notice-of-referendum-breage-npr.pdf