the neighbourhood plan for stoke ferry
"YOUR FUTURE ~ HAVE YOUR SAY"
News Update from the Working Group ~ 2023
The Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk has updated their website with a response to our open enquiries. Please click on the following webpage link to access further information:
News Update from the Working Group ~ 2022
Our thanks to you all for your comments on the draft Neighbourhood Plan earlier in the year. After all, this is your Neighbourhood Plan and it is your chance to influence how your village grows, looks and feels.
The Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk have advised that they are looking to move ahead with the Neighbourhood Plan Consultation phase. Please click on the following webpage link to access further information on this process:
The Borough Council will post full details of the consultation upon its Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan web page.
Consultation information will be available in time for the start of Consultation on Friday, 30th September 2022.
On 17th August 2022, the Parish Council approved “The Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan” submission to the Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk (BCKLWN).
The submission documents are as follows:
1. Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan Submission Version (August 2022)
2. Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan Submission Version (August 2022) Reduced file size
3. Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan Basic Conditions Statement (August 2022)
4. Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan Consultation Statement (August 2022)
5. Stoke Ferry Design Codes (AECOM, June 2022)
6. Stoke Ferry Housing Needs Assessment (AECOM November 2020)
7. Stoke Ferry SEA and HRA Screening Assessments (May 2022)
8. Stoke Ferry Data Profile (February 2020)
In addition, in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, I confirm that:
The Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan is not a repeat submission.
The Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Development Plan is submitted by a qualifying body which is the Stoke Ferry Parish Council, and the Plan was approved for submission by the Parish Council on 17th August 2022.
The Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan complies with other relevant provisions made under Section 61F of the Town and Country Planning Act.
The Qualifying body has submitted:
a) a map identifying the area to which the Plan relates (see Neighbourhood Plan submission version above)
b) a consultation statement that summarises the main issues and concerns raised and how these have been addressed in the NDP
c) The Submission Version Stoke Ferry NDP
d) A Basic Conditions Statement
e) a statement of reasons for determination that the Stoke Ferry NDP is unlikely to have significant environmental effects (See SEA and HRA Screening Reports and Basic Conditions Statement)
f) a statement of reasons for determination that the Stoke Ferry NDP will not have an adverse effect on the integrity of internationally designated sites either on its own or in combination with other plans and that it does not need to be subject to a HRA. (See SEA and HRA Screening Reports and Basic Conditions Statement)
The qualifying body has complied with the pre-submission requirements of the regulations as evidenced within the consultation statement
The Stoke Ferry NDP meets the definition of a Neighbourhood Development Plan
The Plan period for the Stoke Ferry NDP is 2022 to 2036
The Stoke Ferry NDP does not contain any policies or proposals relating to excluded development
The Stoke Ferry NDP does not relate to more than one neighbourhood area.
BCKLWN will look to undertake the Regulation 15 legal check of the Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Plan over the coming days and confirm with us when we will be looking to undertake the Regulation 16 consultation. BCKLWN anticipate this will start towards the end of this month.
Next meeting to be held once public consultation is completed End of 2022 to Early 2023