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  1. Doddinghurst Neighbourhood PlanVillage Meeting Welcome by Deborah Dicker Chairman Doddinghurst Parish Council

  2. Introduction - Parish Council’s role - Steering Committee Role & Members

  3. Village Meeting Agenda • The Neighbourhood Plan - Roger • Options for the Plan - Colin • The Consultation Process - Helen • Sustainability Appraisal - Peter • Q&A and feedback - Debbie

  4. Neighbourhood Plan • Roger Blake

  5. Overview Sustainability Appraisal Water Power Gas Sewerage Communal Resources Social Neighbourhood Plan Medical Employment Schools Recreation Roads Buses

  6. Neighbourhood Plan topics • Old and new planning system • Where does it have affect? • What the plan encompasses? • Who can create one? • How it is brought into force? • When will it be in place? • Why do it?

  7. Old Planning System Government Objectives East of England Regional Spatial Planning Committee National Planning Guidelines And Policy documents Local Authority Local Plan

  8. “New” Planning System Dept for Communities and Local Government plus the Office of National Statistics National Framework Local Authority Local Plan Neighbourhood Plan

  9. Where does the NP have effect? • - The Plan Area = • The Parish of Doddinghurst • What does the plan encompasses ? • - The use of land in that area • Policies for the design of buildings

  10. Neighbourhood Plan Who can create one? Qualifying Bodies • A Parish Council or • A Neighbourhood Plan Forum • Must be approved by the local planning authority

  11. Neighbourhood Plan How is it brought into force? • Plan Consultation – draft plan • Approval for Inspection • Plan Inspection • Plan referendum • Plan adoption

  12. Neighbourhood Plan When will it be in place? • Village assessment – Sept/ Oct 2012 • Draft Plan for consultation – Jan/Mar 2013 • Plan inspection – July 2013 • Plan referendum – Sept/Oct 2013 • Adoption by BBC - end of 2013

  13. Neighbourhood Plan Why do it? • To take control of the village’s destiny • - Real opportunity for local influence • - Legal force in planning system • - Design for rural homes • - Include changes of real benefit • - 20 year life span for the plan - to 2033.

  14. Neighbourhood Plan Why do it? - • Pressures for development: • Population Growth • London • House ownership • Longevity – population thinning • Government Incentives

  15. Neighbourhood Plan Vision “To create one of the most pleasant villages in Essex for people of all ages to live in.”

  16. Doddinghurst Plan Options • Colin Enderby

  17. OPTIONS 1 • Sheltered accommodation • for the elderly.

  18. OPTIONS 2 Starter Homes - small scale and low density

  19. OPTIONS 3 Preserve and enhance rural nature of the Village, e.g. • Green Spaces • Pond & waterways • House Styles • Unlit Roads • Roadside Grass Verges and Trees • Off road parking to reduce on-road parking

  20. OPTIONS 4 Improve & Expand Sporting and Community facilities

  21. OPTIONS - 5 BUILDING DESIGN - Establish design policies for new builds and redevelopment in a rural environment. - Ultra low carbon footprint buildings, sensitive designs for solar panels etc.

  22. OPTIONS 6 • To protect the Green Belt and Green Spaces in principle: • Playing Fields and recreation areas • Woodlands and Managed Woodlands • Special Environmental Places (Wildlife) • Quiet Lanes • Permit development only for work for major Community Benefit.

  23. OPTIONS 7 Encourage small business and retail enterprise and infrastructure - register Community Assets e.g. Post Office.

  24. OPTIONS 8 Transport - establish comprehensive policy for people of all ages

  25. Doddinghurst Plan Consultation Process • Helen Jackman

  26. OPTIONS CONSULTATION OBJECTIVES

  27. Consultation Process & Media 1 • Parish Council Website and Link Newsletters • Information in the Press • May Fair exhibition 7th May 2012 Village Hall

  28. Consultation Process & Media 2 • Village meeting (here today). Personal invites. • Street surveys and household questionnaires • BBC Local plan – ensure the NP “matches”

  29. Consultation Process & Media 3 • Draft Neighbourhood Plan issued for comment. • Final Plan prepared and critiqued. • Formal Planning Inspection process undertaken. • Village Referendum – electoral roll.

  30. Doddinghurst Plan Sustainability Appraisal • Peter Fisk

  31. Sustainability Appraisal • Why do it • What it is • How it is created • Why we need your help to get it right

  32. SustainabilityDoing nothing now thatwill harm the futureof our children

  33. Why Do It?To ensure that our Plan isthe best that we can achieve. Legislation mandates itWithout it, our Plan couldbe challenged in court.

  34. Sustainability Appraisal What is It?A process to ensure that our plan is sustainable.A report to confirm it

  35. Three Key Areas of SustainabilitySocialEconomicEnvironmentalHealth of the community

  36. Social:-Local schools for local childrenLocal housing for local familiesLocal accommodation for local elderlyLocal facilities – shops, pub, sports, health servicesmedical, clubs, (with disabled access)CommunicationsEvents

  37. EconomicLocal workplacesAccess to other workplacesAccess to servicesAppropriate use of resources

  38. Environmental Low Carbon Renewable ConstructionFuel Efficient BuildingsResources – water, electricity, sewage disposalMinimising need for transportNo adverse ecological effectsDesigned to minimise crime

  39. Creating the Appraisal- Fit in with the Brentwood Plan- Identify special characteristics of - Doddinghurst – good and bad- Identify specific items for Plan and Appraisal- Do a scoping report and get it checked- Consider alternatives- Check proposals- Prepare Report

  40. Three Key Areas of SustainabilitySocialEconomicEnvironmentalHealth of the community

  41. Social: Children Teens Elderly Disabled Services, shops, medical Communications Events

  42. Economic: Small Businesses Farms Services Shops

  43. Environment:Countryside Wildlife, Quiet Lanes, Hedgerows, Woodlands Travel Walking , public, private (speeding, parking) Appearance Architecture, litter, graffiti, trees and verges

  44. Questions and Answers • Debbie Dicker

  45. Feedback and Support • Feedback needed • - exhibition stand for comments • - comments to clerk@doddinghurst-pc.gov.uk • Support needed • - village assessment, survey and • questionnaire, sustainability • appraisal