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Response to the NDP Consultation

The Residents’ Association submitted the following response on 20th March

Dear Julie,

Earlswood & Forshaw Heath Residents’ Association thanks the Parish Council and its NDP Committee for the time and effort put into preparing the NDP that is currently, under the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, Part 5, Reg 14, going through its re-consultation.

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Neighbourhood Development Plan Consultation

The formal pre-submission public consultation on the draft NDP will begin at  10.00am on Monday February 10th and end at 5.00pm Friday 27th March. 

The official notice, including further information, and the draft NDP f can be downloaded via the links below

Re-consultation Regulation 14 Public Consultation NoticeDownload Draft-NDP-v2 Download

Paper copies may be […]

The Future of Housing around Earlswood

The Government is to give Birmingham £100m to build houses that it doesn’t have space for. A new Birmingham survey indicates that it will be short of space to build 61,000 houses by 2031 and these will be distributed around the surrounding areas.

The survey has demoted the Green Belt around Earlswood and Forshaw Heath […]

CPRE Campaign against building in the Green Belt

The CPRE has issued the following press release about building in the Green Belt:

 

Monday, 3rd July, 2017

PRESS RELEASE

MORE GREEN BELT BEING LOST WITHOUT TACKLING HOUSING CRISIS

425,000 houses now planned for Green Belt, of which more than 70% are unaffordable

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) today reveals a significant […]

LSVs – updated

When the Stratford District Council (SDC) draft Core Strategy was published, it contained details of a new category of village – the LSV, or Local Service Village. An LSV has the following: · Over 100 dwellings; and · have 3 of the 4 of these – a primary school, a shop (with or without a […]

Green Belt Network

The “Green Belt Network” is now up and running.

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