CONSULTATION PERIOD – 6 weeks – ENDING 16th SEPTEMBER 2016
In December 2014 Parish Councillor Geoff Clemerson researched the idea of a Neighbourhood Plan. If you were living in the Parish or owned property here at that time, you would have had the opportunity to complete a survey. Sections covered were:
- Housing and Building (11 questions)
- The Environment We Live In (17 questions)
- Renewable Energy (10 questions)
- The Local Economy (8 questions)
- About your Household (6 questions)
Comments were encouraged. The return rate was 81.2%, which is an excellent response. The results are published on the South Hill Connection web site – Hard copies will be made available.
A Draft Neighbourhood Development Plan has been produced, which has just been completed and approved by the Parish Council. There is a 6-week consultation period when YOU can comment to ensure the Plan reflects all the wishes of the Parish.
If you know someone who does not have access to the internet, and would like to see a copy of the NDP, please contact one of the parish councillors listed below. There will also be laminated copies in the box outside the Parish Hall, and in St Sampson’s church porch, but please do not take these away.
- South Hill and Bray Shop: Geoff Clemerson 01579 362623
- Golberdon and Mornick: David Skelton 01579 382397
- Nick Easton 07 715606252
- Trevigro and surrounding area: James Gale 07974 786066
- Andrew Budd 01579 389328
- Maders and Manaton area: Dan Smith 07 787536555
Please remember that comments can only be accepted if made in writing or by email as described above.
- Read the Draft Neighbourhood Development Plan – click here…
- Compare it with the Residents’ Survey results from Dec 2014 – click here…
Comments are invited from anyone that has a connection to the Parish and should be sent to the Parish Clerk – by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by letter to Jenny Hoskin, Branston Farm, Bodmin Road, BODMIN PL30 4BB. Please do not try to telephone Mrs Hoskin; she is not a full time employee of the council, and will not be able to answer any queries or take comments on the phone.
Amendments can be made to The Plan before it is sent to Cornwall Council. An Independent Examiner will be appointed who will take account of comments made and all relevant documentation, and if it meets all requirements will recommend The Plan proceeds to a referendum. This process is documented on various web sites.
More details will be published as South Hill Connection receives them.
It is important that your views are represented within this 6 weeks consultation period.
The Neighbourhood Plan
Your chance to shape the future of our Parish in years to come
We have created a page in our Parish menu where information will be added as we receive it, so bookmark this page if you want to be involved.