The story so far...

The Neighbourhood Plan, and the impact of last year’s Stratford District Council Site Allocations Plan, were discussed at the recent ‘virtual’ Tredington Parish Council meeting.

Neither Built Up Area Boundaries nor Reserve Housing Sites will be confirmed until the document is published and approved by a Planning Inspector.  In the meantime, we intend to progress the Neighbourhood Plan as far as we can with the information that is currently at hand.

It will come as no surprise that we have had to put the Neighbourhood Plan pretty much on hold for the time being.  Most of the Plan has been written but there are certain issues on which we need your guidance.  The proposed open meeting at Blackwell will be rearranged as soon as possible.

WE NEED YOU TO GUIDE US

To complete the Neighbourhood Plan, we need your input on Local Green Spaces, Valued Landscapes, Tourism, Car Parking and how ‘Community Infrastructure Levy’ should be spent. We will be seeking your views plus any other concerns or issues you think the Neighbourhood Plan should address, at the next open meeting at:

Blackwell Village Hall, Saturday 25th April from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm.

The first draft of your Neighbourhood Plan is nearing completion and the committee are now receiving informal advice from Stratford-on-Avon District Council (SDC) on the content.

The group is now focused on Local Green Spaces and is going through a process of validating the areas, identifying landowners and seeking their agreement; once these are in place the details will be included in the Neighbourhood Plan.