Windlesham Neighbourhood Plan Pre-Examination Consultation (Regulation16)

Windlesham Parish Council, with the Neighbourhood Plan Working Group, has prepared a Neighbourhood Plan for the Windlesham Ward in the Parish of Windlesham. In accordance with the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended) the Neighbourhood Plan and supporting information have been submitted to Surrey Heath Borough Council for the purposes of consultation, examination and, if appropriate, a referendum ahead of the Plan being ‘made’ (adopted) as part of the Local Plan for the area.

Surrey Heath Borough Council has considered the Plan against the statutory requirements set out in paragraph 6 of Schedule 4B of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended) and is satisfied that these have been met and the Plan can proceed to consultation.

The Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents submitted are:

These documents are also available to view on the Windlesham Parish council’s website at: http://www.windleshampc.gov.uk/

Hard copies of the documents are also available to view at Windlesham Parish Council Offices, The Avenue, Lightwater, GU18 5RG and at Surrey Heath Borough Council offices at Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road Camberley, GU15 3HD.

The Plan will now formally be consulted on for a period of 6 weeks from Friday 6th April to Friday 18th May. Any representations that are made on the Plan will be forwarded to an independent Examiner who will then undertake an examination of the Windlesham Neighbourhood Plan

Any comments made on the Neighbourhood Plan and /or supporting documents should be sent by e-mail to Surrey Heath Borough Council at planning.policy@surreyheath.gov.uk or by writing to:

Planning Policy Surrey Heath Borough Council
Surrey Heath House
Knoll Road
Camberley
Surrey GU15 3HD

Formal representation should be received by Surrey Heath Borough Council by midnight on Friday 18th May.

Further information on the Neighbourhood Plan examination will be published on the Borough Council’s and Parish Council’s websites as it becomes available