Alfold Parish Council
Alfold Neighbourhood Plan
Neighbourhood Plan Survey
The results of the recent Neighbourhood Plan Survey can be downloaded by clicking on the following link:
Call for Sites -
We recently wrote to Alfold Residents about the need to build more housing in Alfold and the Parish Council’s decision to produce a Neighbourhood Plan. The Neighbourhood Plan offers the residents the opportunity to work with the Parish Council to guide the future development of Alfold. The first stage in producing this Plan is to identify the sites in the Parish of Alfold that are available and potentially suitable for housing, commercial, leisure and community development.
Call for Sites
If you know of a site that you would like to put forward for our consideration, whether or not you are the landowner, please complete our ‘Call for Sites’ form.
The form can be downloaded from the link below:
Alternatively hard copies of the form are available by post from the Parish Council Office: phone 01483 200314 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please return a completed Call for Sites form together with a location plan to the Alfold Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group:
by post at Fairview, Guildford Road, Alfold Crossways, Surrey, GU6 8HF
by email to email@example.com
by 28th February 2018
If you know a landowner who owns a potential site but does not live in Alfold and therefore may not become aware of this Call for Sites please let us know.
What happens next
Once the information has been analysed, we will be consulting Alfold residents for their views. This is a key part of the Neighbourhood Planning process -
We will also shortly be carrying out surveys of the housing and business needs of the village to establish the amount and type of new development needed.
Alfold Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group
The following information is from the Neighbourhood Planning page of Waverley’s website. Further information can also be found by going to www.locality.org.uk.
An adopted neighbourhood plan will form part of Waverley's statutory Local Plan against which all planning applications and development proposals will be decided. A neighbourhood plan could include neighbourhood development orders and community right to build orders.
A neighbourhood plan could be used to:
Neighbourhood planning cannot be used to prevent the building of the homes and businesses required to meet Waverley's current and future needs (as set out in the Local Plan). The neighbourhood plan can be used to influence the type, design, location and mix of new development.
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