Neighbourhood Plan 
A vision for the area setting out policies for the new developments such as homes, shops and offices. 
A vision on what these developments should look like and which green spaces we most want to protect. 
The Neighbourhood Plan was created to ensure that new developments are built in line with needs and wishes of local people and are the result of joint collaboration of the Parish Council with you the community and the outcome reflects the hard work put in. 
 
What is The Neighbourhood Plan? 
 
A vision for the area setting out policies for the new developments such as homes, shops and offices. A vision on what these developments should look like and which green spaces we most want to protect. The plan sets out policies to cover the following important aspects:  
 
Housing 
Sports and Leisure 
Wellbeing and Open Spaces 
Getting Around 
Business Opportunities and Employment 
Education and Personal Development 
Heritage and Arts 
Shops and Services 
 
Background 
 
Building the neighbourhood plan started in 2012. Consultation workshops were held after information was compiled from the answers on questionnaires completed by residents. Along with planning experts two plans were created, North and South, as it was found that each area has different issues and therefore different policies were required, tailored to specifically deal with these issues. These plans meet all the statutory requirements. 
 
The two distinct plan areas are: 
 
South - Bolbeck Park, Conniburrow, Downhead Park, Downs Barn, Neath Hill, Pennyland, Tongwell and Willen Park. 
 
North - Blakelands, Giffard Park, Great Linford and Redhouse Park. 
Neighbourhood Plan 
South 
Neighbourhood Plan 
North 
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