Neighbourhood Planning allows people to come together to develop a plan for their area. The Neighbourhood Planning process will give local people a say on planning issues. It will allow communities a say in:
- where they think development should go
- what development in their area should look like
Neighbourhood Plans can be very simple or go into considerable detail. The Plans set out planning policies at a local level and can include community projects.
Cornwall Council provide a Neighbourhood Planning Toolkit. This will help communities decide whether a Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) is the right tool for them. The Toolkit sets out what steps should be followed to prepare a plan. There are guide notes and templates available to help you through the plan process. Please select the options below to find out more information.
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Parishes can refer to the latest Neighbourhood Planning e-Bulletin. This provides for advice and information for local Councils developing Neighbourhood Plans.
If you would like to sign up to receive the monthly E-Bulletin, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Governance Review
Cornwall Council has undertaken a Community Governance Review (CGR). This will lead to some geographical changes to some Parish boundaries. The changes will take effect from 1st April 2021. NDP areas that have already been designated will not be affected by the CGR.