Category: Neighbourhood Plan Update

Neighbourhood Plan – Update July 2017

Attached is your Neighbourhood Plan Update and Community Objectives…

NP – Circular re Vision Objectives

Neighbourhood Plan – Public Presentation

There was an open evening for the village last Thursday to demonstrate the results of the Neighbourhood Plan as undertaken by members of the steering group. For those unable to attend attached are the slides with these results.

Neighbourhood Plan Survey Results

Neighbourhood Plan – The Next Steps

The latest news from the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group.

Neighbourhood Plan – Next Steps

Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group Survey Results

The Data and Analysis of both the Residents and Business Surveys are now complete. The attached documents show all responses received. Everyone is invited to an Open Evening in the Village Hall on Thursday 16th February, starting at 7.30pm for a short presentation and discuss any queries they may have. Light Refreshments will be provided.

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Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group – Village Invite

The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group invite Lound Villagers to an Open Evening in the Village Hall on Thursday 16th February, starting at 7.30pm

>The purpose of the meeting is to view the progress of Your Plan together with the Village Survey results.

Light Refreshments will be provided.

 

Lound Neighbourhood Plan Update

The analysis of the residents survey is now nearing completion and the detailed work to produce a draft plan begins. To make this as big a success as possible, the Steering Group (all volunteers), would like more villagers to come forward and join the team.

Remember, this Neighbourhood Plan is for the Village by the Villagers, …

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Lound Neighbourhood Plan

“The Steering Group for the Lound Neighbourhood Plan held their first meeting on Wednesday 20th January.  This followed an earlier meeting held in December last year, which included a presentation by James Green of Bassetlaw District Council on what is involved in putting together a Neighbourhood Plan, and in which a number of people volunteered …

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