Neighbourhood Plan 23rd April 2022

This is a follow-up to last week’s Digest about the lack of progress with the Neighbourhood Plan.

We have this week written a formal letter of complaint to Broxtowe’s Chief Executive & Head of Planning. It can also be accessed via the Plan page of the website.

The letter was also forwarded to all our elected representatives covering the Forum Area to ask them to intervene and support the Forum by ensuring that Broxtowe commence the statutory Regulation 16 consultation before the end of May.

Now we are asking all of you, our members and friends, to write similarly to those same councillors and MP to increase the pressure from their constituents about the unacceptable delays in Broxtowe progressing the Neighbourhood Plan. An expression of the strength of feeling and frustration felt by the community about this should help all of us move forward. The necessary contact details are:

Chilwell West – ; ;

Toton & Chilwell Meadows – ; ;  

Nottinghamshire County Councillors representing the Forum Area – ;

Leader of Broxtowe Council –

Chair of the Jobs & Economy Committee (Broxtowe) –

Chair of the Planning Committee (Broxtowe) –

Darren Henry MP –  

Thank you in anticipation of a deluge of emails & letters to hit their inboxes next week!

Once we have received a formal response to our complaint, we will publish it in the Digest newsletter, and it will be interesting to hear what responses you also receive.

As always please do feel free to ask any questions you may have on this or anything else via the Contact Us page, and we’ll do our best to answer them via the Questions and Answers page.

David, Vice Chair

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One Response to Neighbourhood Plan 23rd April 2022

  1. Simon Woodroffe says:

    Ouch – glad I haven’t got to reply to your complaint. I said at the very start the Forum would get side lined somehow as developers will do deals piecemeal with the land owners and stuff what local people would prefer. BBC I suspect would prefer to have control rather than giving it to our plan. Simon

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