Ludgvan Neighbourhood Plan
Regulation 14 Public Consultation Notice
In accordance with Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, Part 5, 14(a)-(c), notice is given that a formal pre-submission public consultation on the Draft Ludgvan Neighbourhood Plan will start on Monday 1st April ending 4pm on Monday 13th May 2018.
About the Plan
A Steering Group on behalf of Ludgvan Parish Council has been preparing a Ludgvan Neighbourhood Plan (the Plan) for the Parish. Once complete the Neighbourhood Plan will form a material consideration in the determination of planning applications within Ludgvan Parish alongside the Cornwall Local Plan.
The Plan has been created through listening to the views of residents and businesses and it has evolved to help deliver the local community’s aspirations and requirements for the future up to 2031. The Plan will provide a means of guiding, promoting and enabling balanced sustainable change and growth within its designated area.
Ludgvan Parish Council invites comments on the Draft Plan. All responses received will be considered by the Steering Group and the Parish Council to produce a revised version of the Plan which will then be submitted to the Local Planning Authority for examination by an independent examiner.
Viewing the Draft Plan and Commenting on it
You can view a copy of the Plan here.
Paper copies of the draft plan may be viewed at Ludgvan Community Centre; Murley Hall, Ludgvan; St Ives Library; Penzance Library (St John’s Hall); The White Hart, Ludgvan; Mexico Inn, Long Rock and The Watermill, Lelant Downs. Comments forms will also be available at these venues.
If you would like to send us feedback comments you will need to use the
Comment Form (pdf)
Comment Form (Word)
which can be returned by hand/post to the Parish Office or by attaching to our Contact Form
All comments will be publicly available and identifiable by name and organisation (where applicable).
ALL COMMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY - 4pm on 13th May 2019
HOUSING WORKING PARTY:
The aim of the Housing Working Party is to instigate and support efforts to address the need for affordable homes for local families in the area and advise on the most effective and appropriate methods of meeting the housing need.
The Housing Need Survey, 2019 identified a possible 52 households in need of affordable housing within the Parish.
A Call for Land has now been issued. DEADLINE 22nd March 2019
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