Monthly Archives: July 2014

Neighbourhood Plan Puts Forward Alternative Growth Scenario

Bryning with Warton Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, with the support of Kirkwells, have put forward an alternative growth scenario for the future of the village. Faced with Fylde Borough Council, and developer proposals, for in excess of 1,000 new homes that would double the size of the village the Steering Group, working to the Parish Council, have put forward an alternative growth scenario. This growth scenario would see over 460 new homes built in the village up to 2030. The Plan also has various proposals to mitigate the impact of this development; secure more employment opportunities; and protect and enhance the village centre. You can see the plan and supporting documents here. To find out more about how Kirkwells can … Continue reading

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Branston Neighbourhood Plan Consultation

The Branston Neighbourhood Plan has been published for six weeks of public consultation. Branston, in East Staffordshire, is faced with massive development pressure over the next twenty years. Proposals for up to 4,000 new homes are in the offing. The Branston Neighbourhood Plan does not seek to stop this development. Instead it seeks to ensure the new development is well integrated with the existing community; that some of the benefits of this development go to the existing community; and, that any impacts are minimised. If your community is facing severe development pressure, and you are considering using neighbourhood planning as a way of making the best of this, but think you need expert, technical support, call Michael or Louise on … Continue reading

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