Questionnaire - October 2020

Linton and Hildersham Neighbourhood Plan

Dear Resident, 

Linton and Hildersham Parish Councils are working together to complete the changes to the third draft of our Neighbourhood Plan (NP) following submission to and feedback from South Cambridgeshire District Council. We welcome input from all residents who are willing to help with this submission. Please contact the village clerks at enquiries@linton-pc.gov.uk (01223 891001) or harper802@btinternet.com (01223 892000) if you would like to participate in NP meetings. 

 

A Neighbourhood Plan is not the same as a Local Plan. It has more detail and explains clearly what is important to a community and how our needs should be taken into account during possible development. A NP cannot prevent development, but it can set out our strategy for growth and how any sites in our community should be developed. 

 

This current request is to help us determine whether any changes are needed to the draft version of our NP based on the changing needs of the villages since the last submission. 

 

Please would you complete the following questionnaire by 31st October. 

 

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Housing Need:


Traffic, Parking and Road Safety


Neighbourhood Amenity


Thank you very much for taking the time to answer these questions. Our timings to bring this plan into place are dependent on regulations linked to the Coronavirus Act 2020 and are as follows: 

 

Early November 2020 – completing the main Neighbourhood Plan documents, carrying out the Sustainability and Environmental Impact Assessments and authorising the local consultation. 

 

2nd/3rd week in January 2021 – public and Local Authority consultation. 

 

May 2021 – Referendum. This is the earliest date currently allowed by the Coronavirus Act.