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Tilney All Saints Neighbourhood Plan

Information on the Tilney All Saints Parish Council's proposed neighbourhood development plan 

Background 

Tilney All Saints Parish Council have independently prepared a proposed neighbourhood development plan review. It's intended to guide development in Tilney All Saints Parish and provide criteria (alongside the Borough Council’s Local Plan) for decisions on planning applications there.  

Consultation  

A submission consultation on the neighbourhood plan review will run for eight weeks, from Monday 2 November to Monday 28 December 2020. It can be accessed using the button below. 

To view the proposed neighbourhood plan please select the 'Supporting Documents' tab to open the pdf links.   

View Tilney All Saints consultation 

We have to manage the process by which the Parish Council’s proposed plan is checked for compliance with national requirements. Comments received are used by an independent examiner and the Borough Council to help decide if the proposed neighbourhood plan:  

  • contributes to achieving sustainable development  
  • conforms with the strategic policies of the (Borough Council’s) Local Plan  
  • gives appropriate regard to the National Planning Policy Framework  
  • is compatible with EU obligations  

If the plan successfully passes these tests, a local referendum will be held. And if the plan is supported by more than 50% of the votes, it will become part of the official ‘development plan’ for Tilney All Saints Parish.  

Examination 

We have, with the agreement of the Qualifying Body, appointed Mr Andrew Matheson as the independent examiner of Tilney All Saints Neighbourhood Plan. 

All the responses to the regulation 16 consultation have been forwarded to the examiner for consideration. Documents relating to the examination will be made public in due course. 

Further information  

For further information email planning.policy@west-norfolk.gov.uk or telephone 01553 616200.