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Harbury Parish Council

Neighbourhood Development Plan

Documents, notices or events relating to the Neighbourhood Development Plan will appear on this page in chronological order, with the most recent first.

Consultation 2 - February/March 2017

The draft Harbury and Deppers Bridge Neighbourhood Development Plan was originally formally published in August 2016 and was followed by a public consultation which ran from 1 August 2016 until 23 September 2016 (see below).

The Parish Council reviewed the comments received in response to this consultation and has subsequently made a number of amendments to the plan which now requires a further public consultation to be carried out. The most significant amendment is an alteration to the settlement boundary.

The new consultation will run from 6 February 2017 until 20 March 2017, at 5.00pm.

The Parish Council would like to encourage people to submit their comments by using the Representation Form below. Once completed this can be emailed to harburypc@btinternet.com or by post/hand delivery to the Parish Council.

All representations must be received no later than 20 March 2017, at 5.00pm. They will be collated and used to inform possible future modifications to the draft plan prior to submission to the Local Planning Authority. There is no need to re-submit previous comments as these will continue to be taken into account.

Related information:

Please use the form below to submit your comments:

Consultation 1 - August/September 2016

The first consultation of the Plan ran from 1 August 2016 to 23 September 2016. Information is provided here for reference:

Housing Needs Survey - 2011

A Housing Needs Survey in 2004 identified a local need for new housing in Harbury. As a result, the Harbury Fields development in Bush Heath Lane (Hereburgh Way) provided new homes for local people.

Harbury Parish Council commissioned a further Housing Needs Survey to identify the current local need for the second phase of development in September and October 2011.

You can read the survey below.