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PUBLIC CONSULTATION

Please have your say on the STANDON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN

Public Consultation on the content of the plan will run from 11th January to 22nd February 2018.

The plan can be viewed online on this website, click here, or on the East Herts website at www.eastherts.gov.uk/standonnp

Representations should be made in writing and MUST be received by 5pm on the 22nd February 2018.

 

WHERE CAN I FIND THE PLAN?

The plan will be available to read, along with comment forms, for 6 weeks until 22nd Feburary 2018 in the following locations;

Chemist, High Street, Puckeridge

Puckeridge Health Centre, Station Road, Puckeridge

Standon Post Office

 

HOW CAN I ASK QUESTIONS?

Further Open Days, held in public venues, will be held over the next 6 weeks, the times and venues will be communicated shortly, please check back for further information or email us.

 

This is the new housing and Village boundary draft document proposed by the SPNDP. This will be incorporated into our draft plan. You can download it here

 

Gallery update with views of the Parish

SPNDP Chronological Transcript of Public Meeting 11th February 2016. Click here

SPNDP Transcript of Public Meeting held on 11th February 2016. Click here

 

A120 Standon Improvements

Here is an excerpt from the leaflet HCC (Herts County Council) recently delivered to all local households; it concerns potential improvements to the A120 at Standon as part of the corridor between the A10 and M11 :

As you may be aware, Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) is progressing plans for a road bypass of Little Hadham. This is part of the existing policy for this A120 corridor between the A10 and the M11, agreed in 2006. Consideration of potential improvements at Standon are also part of this policy, so we are now investigating key constraints and opportunities in delivering these.’

Continue reading here


What is a Neighbourhood Plan?

Neighbourhood Planning allows communities to have their say in the way that their local area is developed (within limits).   It will set out where new development will go, what kind of development it will be, and what sort of facilities are needed to shape all aspects of our village life, including welfare, schools, leisure, quality of life, jobs, conservation and the environment. It will be subject to a local referendum vote, and if it is adopted it will have legal force and be taken into account when planning decisions are made.

Throughout the process the Steering Group intends to hold community events where we will seek your views on what should be in the plan and what approach we should take on a range of issues. 

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