NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN COMMUNITY MEETING, VILLAGE HALL (24/9/16)
This meeting was chaired by John Curtis with 36 people in attendance. John updated the community on the progress of Pyrton’s Neighbourhood Plan and discussed the sites within the parish that have come forward for development. He also explained that a survey will be sent around the parish to give everyone the opportunity to put forward their views and to give the community the chance to enshrine its own choice of sites. The community was invited to look at a display of parish maps detailing the sites.
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN COMMUNITY MEETING, VILLAGE HALL (15/9/16)
The meeting was chaired by John Curtis with 31 people in attendance, including the Neighbourhood Plan steering committee and members of the task groups. Providence Land’s Outline planning application for the erection of up to 100 residential dwellings (ref. P16/S2576/O) was discussed.
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN COMMUNITY MEETING, VILLAGE HALL (17/6/16)
The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Committee and Terence O’Rourke brought residents up to date with the progress of the Neighbourhood plan and work undertaken to date. An explanation of findings from the initial questionnaire ‘Planning for the Future’ was given and the ‘Housing Needs’ survey explained and circulated after the meeting. A list of forthcoming tasks and targets were provided. Task groups, to support the steering group, were discussed and residents were encouraged to get further involved.
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN GROUP MEETING, VILLAGE HALL (23/7/15)
A neighbourhood plan group meeting of 11 residents was held with Terence O’Rourke (who have been invited to work with the parish of Pyrton, to guide and inform it during the preparation of a neighbourhood plan). An initial questionnaire for the parish was discussed, further information on the neighbourhood plan process was given and a list of tasks for working groups suggested.
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN COMMUNITY MEETING, VILLAGE HALL (23/6/15)
An initial meeting was held to provide residents with an overview of the purpose of a Neighbourhood Plan, what it can include and be used to achieve and how to get involved. The meeting was chaired by John Curtis and there were 29 residents in attendance. Planning Consultants, Terence O’Rourke, were invited to speak and answer questions.
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