For more background information about the Neighbourhood Plan please see the About Neighbourhood Plan page.
It has been some since the first questionnaire was issued and the results published in November 2012. Since then, various groups have been set up and have looked at all the responses and the Steering Group have been in discussion with Purbeck District Council trying to take the Plan forward.
A progress report on the Neighbourhood Plan is given at the Parish Council meeting each month and members of the public are always welcome to come along and ask any questions they may have.
You can find all the updates regarding the Neighbourhood Plan below, with the most recent appearing at the top of the list.
A very warm thank you is due to the 181 households, representing 325 individuals, who completed and returned their questionnaires in November. This has given us the very helpful views of about 25% of the population of the parish. All … Continue reading
November 2014 Update The next stage of the Neighbourhood Plan is now here. There is a follow-up questionnaire that we would like as many residents as possible to answer. There is an online version provided here, or, alternatively, a paper … Continue reading
On Saturday 20th September and Tuesday 23rd September, further presentations were held to show the proposed housing and employment sites and the “SANG” (Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace). The presentation can be viewed by following the link: Neighbourhood Plan Public Consultation … Continue reading
The results are now available for the Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire that was available in September 2012. The questionnaires have now been returned and analysed and those villagers who attended the open meeting on the 8th December were able to see the … Continue reading
A newly designed Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire is now available to complete online. Before completing the questionnaire please read the documents highlighted below, which aim to answer any questions you may have, and provide you with all the current facts relating … Continue reading