Key stages in the process of preparing our Neighbourhood Plan

Plan︎ Project and Get Partners

Getting Started

Clarify why a plan is needed.

Publicise the intention to produce a plan.

Identify and contact key local partners.

Dialogue with the local planning authority.

Produce a project plan with costings.

 FUNDING INFO ➔ 

Character Study︎

Determine the neighbourhood area.

Submit neighbourhood area proposal.

LPA consults.

LPA approval.

 

 COMMENT ON URBAN STUDY➔ 

Create Neighbourhood Forum

Put together prospective neighbourhood forum.

Submit forum proposal.

LPA consults.

LPA determines area.

 

  READ OUR CONSTITUTION ➔ 

Involve
 the Community

Publicity.

Engage local partners.

Broad issues.

Provide feedback.

 

  GET INVOLVED ➔  

Build Evidence

Review existing evidence. 

Identify gaps in evidence. 

Compile new evidence. 

Analysis of evidence.

 

  ATTEND OUR EVENTS ➔  

Themes, Aims, Vision, Options

Identify key issues and themes.

Prioritise issues and themes.

Develop key aims.

Look at options.

 

   SEE THE VISION ➔ 

Draft the Plan

Policies, proposals, site allocations.

Consider sustainability, diversity,

equality, delivery.

 

  JOIN A WORKING GROUP ➔ 

Consult

Consultation on plan.

Amend plan.

 

  SEE SURVEYS➔ 

Raise More Funds

Re-Designate the Forum

Final AGM and Have Your Say Day

Reguation 14 Consultation Process

Submit the Plan

Submit final version to Local Planning Authority (LPA).

LPA publicises.

Independent Examination

Local Planning Authority (LPA) appoints examiner.

Examination takes place.

Examiner's Report.

Referendum

Publicise referendum.

Hold Referendum.

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Plan Completion

Decisions on planning applications will be made using both the Local Plan and the Neighbourhood Plan. Once the Plan is made, the community may decide to make an update during the 15 year period if the Neighbourhood Plan conflicts with a new council plan (Local Plan) or if it becomes outdated.

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Monitoring the Plan

The implementation of the completed Plan will need to be monitored and progress will need to be measured to ensure objectives are met. It will be for the local community to agree a successor body to monitor, implement and review the NP through a neighbourhood organisation which is fully representative of homeowners and tenants and all parts of the designated Neighbourhood Area.

  SEE THE PLAN ➔  

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Information and resources to develop a Neighbourhood Plan for Shoreham Beach.

Shoreham Beach Neighbourhood Forum (SBNF) is a community-led group of residents, business, community groups and stakeholders.