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Our Neighbourhood planning toolkit has been designed to help local communities decide whether they want to get involved in creating a neighbourhood plan and if they do, how to go about preparing a neighbourhood plan.
Update (September 2018) South Cambridgeshire District Council has recently changed its website provider which as a result means that many of the links provided within the toolkit which link directly back to our own website will need to be revised. Also Locality has recently created a new website dedicated to neighbourhood planning which can be found here.
A revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) was published in July 2018. Some of the changes included in this impact on neighbourhood planning. We will look to update the guidance notes of the toolkit where appropriate to reflect the changes in the NPPF.
If you have problems accessing information in the toolkit please contact us for help. Contact details are at the end of this page.
Support Offer [adopted July 2018] – this sets out how SCDC will support Parish Councils preparing neighbourhood plans
Memorandum of Understanding [adopted December 2017] – this sets out how SCDC will work together with Parish Councils preparing neighbourhood plans
1. Introduction [adopted February 2018]
2. Is a neighbourhood plan the right tool for your Parish [adopted December 2017]
3. Getting started [adopted December 2017]
4. Getting a neighbourhood area designated [adopted December 2017]
Applications to designate a Neighbourhood Area should be made using the Council's application form.
5. Developing a vision and objectives [adopted December 2017]
6. Generating options [adopted December 2017]
7. Writing planning policies [adopted February 2018]
8. Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) [adopted February 2018]
9. Sources of evidence and information [adopted December 2017]
10. Community engagement and Neighbourhood Plans [adopted December 2017]
11. What are the basic conditions and how to meet them [adopted December 2017]
12. Strategic policies [adopted December 2017]
13. Site assessment [adopted December 2017]
14. Maps for Neighbourhood Plans [adopted December 2017]
15. Affordable housing [adopted December 2017]
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