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The Bray Parish Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead for Inspection

On Wednesday 16th November Ken Elvin, Chairman of Bray Parish Council, along with Steve Adams, Chairman of the BPNP Steering Group, formally submitted the Plan and supporting documentation to RBWM. The Plan itself was Approved by Bray Parish Council at a meeting on 11th July 2016.

It is now RBWMs responsibility to take the Plan through the next steps of the process leading to Referendum. This represents a major milestone for the BPNP Steering Group after five and a half years’ worth of meetings, consultations, drafts, discussions, health-checks and a great deal of commitment from its members.

The 5 key documents are published here for your convenience:

Bray Neighbourhood Plan. Your Villages, Your Say

The Localism Bill 2011 gives us the opportunity to work with planners on the future size and shape of our villages, and deliver our vision for Bray Parish:

 

  • To retain and protect the distinct character of our villages and maintain the separation between them, by preserving the Green Belt and fauna and flora for recreation and wellbeing
  • To respond to the housing needs of our communities by sympathetic development
  • To enhance the rural economy
  • To improve road safety and facilities for pedestrians, cyclists, public transport, car users and horse riders
  • Be a precious place to live – and a community that welcomes visitors

 

 

What is Neighbourhood Planning?

Find out more from this nice little video on YouTube.

Picture Credits:
Windsor Triathlon (c) Ken Reeves
Holyport Show Garden 2012 (c) Tim Ledbury
Holyport Fair Tug of War (c) June Dobbs
Harvesting (c) Steve Adams

Pre-Submission Consultation

The Pre-Submission Consultation begins on the 18th May. Read more >

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