|Title:||Consultation on an Application to Designate Chellaston Village as a Neighbourhood Planning Area|
|Why are we consulting?||
A group of local people can apply to write a Neighbourhood Plan for an area.
A Neighbourhood Plan focuses on an agreed area, and is used alongside the Council’s Local Plan as planning decisions are made for that area.
The first stage in the Neighbourhood Planning process is for local people to outline the area for which they wish to write a Neighbourhood Plan. Once an application has been received by the Council to designate an area for Neighbourhood Planning, then the Council will undertake a public consultation on the area being proposed.
This process is required by Regulation 5 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012. ‘Neighbourhood Area’ is defined within Section 61G of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by the Localism Act 2011).
Derby City Council has received an application to designate for Neighbourhood Planning the Chellaston Village area as outlined in the Chellaston Village Neighbourhood Planning Area application map.
|Who are we consulting?||
People who live, work, have a business or an interest in the proposed area.
|Organisation carrying out the consultation:||Derby City Council|
Telephone: 01332 642120
|How can I take part?||
Please note, this consultation is now closed.
You can read the Chellaston Neighbourhood Plan - Application Form and give your feedback through our online form.
Paper copies of the application and feedback form are available at Chellaston Library and at the Council House, Corporation Street, Derby.