Neighbourhood Planning

Neighbourhood Plan Information 2017:          http://www.rwbneighbourhood.co.uk

Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Plan 2016   –  Previous History for information

 The Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Plan is reaching a critical time in its development.  The Steering Group guiding the plan, made up from a range of interests, including business, education, youth and the Town Council, have analysed the data from the consultation on the Draft Plan which took place in the latter part of 2015 and are now adjusting the plan to reflect those comments.

Some of the adjustments are significant enough to mean that the Draft Plan will now go out to a further round of consultation. This will begin at the end of February / start of March.

There will be on online/paper survey, as well as a couple of events for people to attend and ask questions. These walk-in events are set for:

9th March – Library – 4pm-7pm

12th March – Stall outside Post Office – 10am – 12pm

And the survey will be made available as soon as possible.

Updates, how to access the survey and further details on the Neighbourhood Plan website:

http://www.rwbneighbourhood.co.uk/draft

Ultimately, the document will be submitted to Wiltshire Council and at the end of the process be voted on by local people in a referendum.

Further information can be seen on the website or by contacting the project managers, at mark@lemongazelle.co.uk .

For more general information on the Neighbourhood Plan – see the website:

http://rwbneighbourhood.co.uk for further information.

http://www.lemongazelle.co.uk – Please click on link for further information on Lemon Gazelle.

 

Have your Say – Make Bassett Even Better

 

The Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Planning Group is keen to hear the views of Royal Wootton Bassett residents on the future of the town.  Don’t miss out – have your say.  We want your views; they really do count.

Your comments as members of community groups/clubs are valuable in making sure the Committee strives towards providing the facilities and provision that we want in our town.

 

Kind Regards

Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Planning Group

 

The Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Plan

 

The Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Plan is reaching a critical time in its development.  The Steering Group guiding the plan, made up from a range of interests, including business, education, youth and the Town Council, have analysed the data from the extensive consultation which took place in 2013 and set out the range of issues which impact on the town.

As the Neighbourhood plan is a document which is being developed to influence land use planning, a set of options are being considered which will best further the aspirations of the community in this respect.  The issues include those Housing, Business, transport, Open Space and local facilities.  These options will be turned into policies and will be contained in a Draft Document which will be fed back to the community for their view.  Prior to this, if there are issues which need further consideration by the community, then these will be fed to local people for comment.

Ultimately, the document will be submitted to Wiltshire Council and at the end of the process be voted on by local people in a referendum.

Further information can be seen on the website http://www.rwbneighbourhood.co.uk or by contacting the project managers, Common Places  at mark@commonplaces.co.uk .

 

Residents of Royal Wootton Bassett we can influence what happens in our own community.  Neighbourhood Planning

http://rwbneighbourhood.co.uk –  What is the Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Plan?  Please click link for further information.

http://www.commonplaces.co.uk – Please click on link for further information on Common Places.

 

Have your Say – Make Bassett Even Better

 

The Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Planning Group is keen to hear the views of Royal Wootton Bassett residents on the future of the town.  Don’t miss out – have your say.  We want your views, they really do count.

Your comments as members of community groups/clubs are valuable in making sure the Committee strives towards providing the facilities and provision that we want in our town.

Kind Regards

Royal Wootton Bassett Neighbourhood Planning Group