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Neighbourhood Planning Referendum results

Neighbourhood plans are prepared by town or parish councils, or neighbourhood forums. A plan can show how the community wants land to be used and developed in its area.

After a neighbourhood plan or order has been prepared, it has to be approved by an independent examiner to make sure that it meets the right basic standards.

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Following the examiner's approval, Cornwall Council will organise a referendum on the plan or order, to give the community the final say on whether a neighbourhood plan or order comes into force.

If more than 50% of people voting in the referendum support the plan or order, then the local planning authority must bring it into force to help decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area.

Results of Neighbourhood Planning Referendums held in Cornwall are listed below: