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Neighbourhood planning is a set of tools that enable communities to shape the future of the places where they live and work. The Localism Act introduces new permissive rights which include the preparation of Neighbourhood Development Plans, Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders
Background and a brief explanation of neighbourhood planning.
Neighbourhood development plans
The purpose of neighbourhood plans. What should neighbourhood plans look like? What is the relationship between neighbourhood plans and the local plan? The basic conditions neighbourhood plans must meet.
Neighbourhood planning process and additional guidance
Detailed guidance and useful resources to help the preparation of neighbourhood plans.
- Current applications for the designation of neighbourhood areas
Emerging neighbourhood plans
Information about neighbourhood plans currently being prepared in the District.
Made neighbourhood plans
Neighbourhood plans that have been adopted in the Stroud District
Other neighbourhood planning tools
Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders