Welcome to the Blunsdon East Neighbourhood Plan website

Consultation Response

Consultation Response
Regulation 14 - six week consultation – 4th May to 15th June 2019 - response form, download or complete online

Consultation Draft Plan

Consultation Draft Plan
Consultation Draft Blunsdon East Neighbourhood Plan (BENP)

Supporting Documents

Supporting Documents
BENP Appendices A-J and Associated Documents

News

News
If you want to catch up on the latest news from Blunsdon Neighbourhood Plan - this is the place to look.

Vision

Vision
The Blunsdon Neighbourhood Plan area is an historic, established rural settlement, with a distinct and separate character from its urban neighbour Swindon, growing through managed, sustainable development meeting the needs of the residents.

FAQ's

FAQ's
The process of setting up "Blunsdon Neighbourhood Plan" has generated a selection of questions, you can find answers to some of them here.

Consultations

Consultations
Neighbourhood Plans can establish a vision for an area as well as general planning policies for the development and use of land in a neighbourhood. They should be about local issues.

Document Library

Document Library
In the Documents Library you can read various documents relating to the BENP, click below for access

Draft Neighbourhood Plan 2019

Draft Neighbourhood Plan 2019
Blunsdon East Neighbourhood Plan (BENP), This is the pre-submission consultation draft of the Neighbourhood plan, April 2019

A Steering Group of Parish Councillors and volunteers has been established to draw together a Neighbourhood Plan for Blunsdon. Its contents will be legally binding on the Local Planning Authority and concerned with future land use (housing, employment, open spaces, leisure and infrastructure). This is a formal process as it is led by legislation and means that the needs of the community will be legally recognised.

 

The current composition of the Steering Group is: Trevor Morton-Holmes (Chairman), Ian Jankinson (PC), Peter McSparron-Edwards, Andy Marshall, Simon Clarke, and Stuart Boyd (PC), Sandra Keates, supported by PC Clerk Tracey Judd and Rachel Smith.

 

There is also over 20 volunteers to help out when needed on specific projects. For the latest news please click on “News” at the top of this page, where regular updates will be provided. So what exactly is a Neighbourhood Plan? To find out more click on ‘FAQ’s’ at the top of this page.