We will use this page to post information about the development of our Neighbourhood Plan.
The Parish Council is a qualifying body for the purpose of developing a Neighbourhood Plan under the Localism Act 2011.
The development of our Plan was progressed by a group of councillors and volunteers drawn from the community, known as the Neighbourhood Plan Forum.
We held informal consultation events in December 2015, November 2016 and March 2018, and, drawing on the feedback of all consultees, including that of our principal authority, City of Bradford MDC, we have prepared our draft Plan.
Following the final period of formal public consultation, the Plan was inspected by an independent examiner, whose report appears below, and now a referendum will shortly be organised by the planning authority so that local electors can decide on its adoption.
See the examiner’s initial questions and responses to them here:
The draft Plan had been submitted to the planning authority on 16 October 2018 for the purpose of formal consultation under Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012. This consultation, running from 14 November to 16 January 2019, was managed by the planning authority. The documents can be viewed below but please note:
THIS CONSULTATION HAS NOW CLOSED.
The documents submitted, together with the planning authority’s summary report on the representations received may be viewed here:
The documents can also be viewed on City of Bradford MDC’s website:
This draft of the Plan was informed by a landscape survey, specially commissioned by the Parish Council (follow link below), and was preceded by a pre-submission draft, published by the Parish Council for consultation under Regulation 14 of the Regulations on 13 July 2018:
During each of the formal consultation periods, paper copies of the draft Plan documents were available at the following locations in Addingham:
- Memorial Hall
- Community Library
- Medical Centre
- Rowlands Pharmacy (by the Medical Centre)
- Telephone kiosk on Church St.
- Post Office
Comments on the Reg. 14 draft had to be submitted by 24 August 2018 (see the letter to stakeholders below) and could be submitted to us using the representation form, also linked below:
THIS CONSULTATION HAS NOW CLOSED
The Regulation 14 draft Plan was preceded by a Preferred Options draft Plan which, together with the underlying plans and policies, may be viewed using the links further down this page. Please see the leaflet available here: Neighbourhood Plan Flyer to see why the Parish Council decided to revise the Plan’s policies to take account of comments received on the earlier draft. This leaflet was distributed to all households in the village to update residents, following the consultation on the Preferred Options draft (see below), and to introduce the next stage of the consultation process.
The Preferred Options Plan, together with its underlying plans and policies, may be viewed here:
See here the comments of residents and of local businesses on the draft Plan (the business survey was carried out as a separate exercise earlier in the year):
In preparing this draft, the Forum carried out housing site assessments for the village. See the methodology they used here:
In preparing the Preferred Options Draft Plan, the Forum had to ensure that all possible sites were assessed and the Parish Council thus issued a Call for Sites to any resident, landowner, business, developer or agent who wished to put forward sites for allocation for housing development through the Neighbourhood Plan. The form below was used for this purpose and respondees were asked not to submit sites within the Green Belt or sites already identified in the planning authority’s SHLAA.
See below information presented to the Open Event held on 3 November 2016 which launched the first draft of the Plan and explained the process for housing site assessments.
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See below copies of the Notes of rmeetings of the Addingham Neighbourhood Plan Forum (most recent first), together with notes of advice provided to the Forum:
Please see here earlier consultation material for the draft Neighbourhood Plan: