Creating the Plan

Creating the Plan

In December 2012 a technical writer was engaged to translate all of this effort into the draft Plan. Draft policies, and the site proposals received from landowners and developers, were publicised in early January 2013 and two drop-in events were held on 12th January. At these events, and on this website, people were invited to comment on the policies and housing development scenarios which endeavoured to meet the communities aspirations. Over 160 people attended and their comments may be found below.

Comments made at consultation events – 12th January 2013

General comment from a resident (received by email)

Comments regarding site A -Bradley Farm – Riding for Disabled facility – Trustees of Willey Estate – emails from residents

Submission by RPS Planning & Development on behalf of Persimmon Homes West Midlands

Submission by Berrys on behalf of Mr A Hill

Email from National Trust

Submission by RPS Planning & Development on behalf of Wenlock Estates

Draft policies and sites response – Much Wenlock Civic Society

Comments regarding surface water (pluvial) flooding and river flooding (fluvial flooding) – letter from residents

Email from Mr J Corbo, Wheatland Services

The policies were refined and the draft plan was endorsed by Much Wenlock Town Council on 31st January 2013.

A diagram showing the planned and anticipated steps towards the “making” of the Plan can be found below.

Method Diagram

Finally, one of the formal stages of the Plan, the area designation application, was approved by Shropshire Council on 12th September 2012. The submission documents from Much Wenlock Town Council can be read below.

Advert – Designation as a neighbourhood area

Application for designation of Neighbourhood Plan area May 2012

Area Map

Method Diagram

Following  a six-week public consultation period which closed on 3rd April 2013 further changes were made to the Draft Plan which was submitted to the Town Council for approval on  25th April 2013. The Draft Plan was approved subject to further minor changes.

The Proposed Plan was formally submitted to Shropshire Council on 2nd May 2013.

Plan Proposal Submitted to Examination


Much Wenlock Neighbourhood Plan Review

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