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Deciding the priorities. Evidence from the templates and from Parish Plans will form part of the evidence for the Core Strategy, but a range of other sources must also be taken into account. National Planning Policy Statements and the South East Plan requirements will have a major influence.

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deciding the priorities
Deciding the priorities
  • Evidence from the templates and from Parish Plans will form part of the evidence for the Core Strategy, but a range of other sources must also be taken into account.
  • National Planning Policy Statements and the South East Plan requirements will have a major influence.
  • The difficult part of using the template is deciding the priorities to put forward – this is a decision for Parishes but a process that we can help support.
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Template

We suggest you describe three priorities under each of the following eight themes:

  • Environment and green space
  • Housing
  • Transport and access
  • Prosperity, employment and the economy
  • Health and social care
  • Learning, education and training
  • Community safety
  • Culture, sport, leisure and play
in addition to the template
In addition to the template…
  • If larger scale development is expected you may wish to start thinking about local site preferences so you are ready to discuss these with the Council
  • Are there some areas of the Parish which, if developed, might facilitate the provision of local services?
  • Could your village support sensitively designed housing or business growth?
support available
Support Available

Wealden District Council and Wealden Local Strategic Partnership are working together to support Parishes

  • ‘Bridging’ template, on paper and on-line
  • On-line resources:

www.wealdencommunitystrategy.co.uk/parish_plans

  • Officers available to answer questions about the LDF, Core Strategy and evidence
  • Officers can come to Parish meetings and help with using the template
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For more information about the template, please contact

John Proctor, Policy & Review

Support Available

Telephone: 01323 443223

or

Email: john.proctor@wealden.gov.uk

For more general information, you can also contact:

Caroline Adcock

LSP Liaison Officer

Planning Policy

01892 602621

Michelle Patmore

Community Engagement

& Liaison Officer

Planning Policy

01892 602456

Caroline.adcock@wealden.gov.uk

Michelle.patmore@wealden.gov.uk

Do contact us !

what are the next steps
What are the next steps?
  • We would like your input by the end ofMay 2008 so please get in touch soon if you would like help using the template.
  • The Wealden Core Strategy Preferred Options will be published for consultation later this year, taking into consideration the feedback received.
  • The plan may be further amended before being submitted to the Government in 2009
  • More detailed planning documents will be produced over the next few years; so there will be plenty of opportunity to stay involved!