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Stretton Neighbourhood Plan Launch

Stretton Parish Council, supported by Kirkwells, will be launching their neighbourhood plan on Saturday 10th of November. From 10am until noon you will be able to drop in to the Priory Centre and begin to discuss plan’s for the area’s future. Find out more by visiting the Stretton Neighbourhood Plan web site. Stretton are on of the government’s neighbourhood planning frontrunners. Kirkwells are providing advice and support to the parish council to help them prepare their neighbourhood plan. Stretton’s application for neighbourhood planning area status is currently out for consultation. If you need to find out more about how your area should go about becoming a neighbourhood planning area follow one of these two links: Parishes Non-parished areas Kirkwells specialise … Continue reading

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Action for Market Towns: Neighbourhood Planning

Last week after a rather tortuous rail journey (albeit for the saddest of reasons and far beyond anyone’s control) we finally made it to York for the Action for Market Towns’ (AMT) event on neighbourhood planning. Part of the AMT’s Getting to Grips with Localism series this session on neighbourhood planning revealed a little of how things have moved on since Kirkwells spoke at a similar AMT session in London in November. Back then many seemed to be feeling their way, and we had been asked along to give the benefit of our experience in preparing neighbourhood plans. To some extent the York event revealed the same mix of enthusiasm and trepidation for neighbourhood planning we had encountered last year. … Continue reading

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