NDP Partners and Stakeholders
Cornwall Council Neighbourhood Planning
Cornwall Council has a statutory role in supporting Neighbourhood Planning.
Neighbourhood Development Plans (NDPs) must meet certain conditions to become legally compliant. Town and Parish Council's must meet these conditions. This is set out in the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2012 (amended).
As part of the Neighbourhood Planning process, Town and Parish Councils must apply to Cornwall Council Planning Authority to designate the Neighbourhood Area that their plan covers.
Cornwall Council must consult local people. This happens at certain stages during the development of individual plans. This includes the six-week Statutory Consultation (Regulation 16) organised by Cornwall Council.
It is the Council's responsibility to:
- check the Plans are legally compliant,
- appoint an Independent Examiner for each individual plan,
- organise the Referendums,
- Adopt the Plans.
You can find out more about Neighbourhood Planning and details of other parishes in Cornwall that are developing Neighbourhood Plans on the link below.
Go Collaborate is an independent Registered company that provides digital consultation platforms for community projects and also to help communities formulate their Neighbourhood Development Plans.
The NDP Steering Group will be working with Go Collaborate to ensure that all residents and businesses within the parish are aware of the consultation process and have the opportunity to complete the community questionnaire to have a say in the development of the Neighbourhood Development Plan.
To find out more about Go Collaborate follow the link below: