Glenfield Neighbourhood Plan
What is a Neighbourhood Plan?
A Neighbourhood Plan is a local level plan, produced by the local community rather than the District Council. It sets out policies in relation to the development and use of land in the whole or any part of the particular neighbourhood area specified in the plan. Once a Neighbourhood Plan is made (adopted by the District Council), it becomes part of the statutory development plan for the District alongside the Local Plan. Every planning decision-maker must therefore have regard to it in the same manner as the Local Plan.
Who has prepared it?
The Glenfields Neighbourhood Plan Advisory Committee produced a Neighbourhood Plan on behalf of Glenfield Parish Council.
After a significant amount of consultation and preparation, the Parish Council have submitted its Neighbourhood Plan and other prescribed documents to Blaby District Council to undertake a formal consultation under Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended).
A formal consultation will now take place. The consultation will be run by Blaby District Council and all responses must be sent to Blaby District Council and not the Parish Council. The following documents will be consulted on: