Totnes Neighbourhood Plan Working Group
In May 2019 the newly formed Totnes Town Council formed a Working Group to take forward work on the Totnes Neighbourhood Plan (TNP).
On 7th October Totnes Full Council will be asked to view the latest draft Neighbourhood Plan which can be found at the following link Sep 19 Draft TNP v8.2
The TNP Working Group is made up of Town Councillors and members of the community, with Cllr Colin Luker as Chair. It usually meets at 6.30pm in the Guildhall on the fourth Thursday of each month (please see the Totnes Town Council website Meetings Calendar for further information http://www.totnestowncouncil.gov.uk/Meetings_Calendar_619.aspx) or at other times as required. An agenda will be published roughly a week before the meeting.
Due to illness and apologies the Working Group planned for 6th November has ben postponed. The next meeting is on Monday 11th November at 3.30pm in the Guildhall and all are welcome to attend.
- Any matters arising from the last meeting (see attached document).
- To confirm arrangements for the public consultation, including (see attached document):
- dates and locations
- display information
- website updates
- Date of next meeting – 6.30pm on Thursday 9th January 2020.
The agenda and papers can be found at 20191106 TNP Working Group Agenda and Papers 6 Nov 19
Previous Agendas and Papers
The 2017 pre-consultation draft Neighbourhood Plan document has been revised following the work of the Task and Finish Group sub-groups – its still in a rough draft format as it currently undergoes professional advice, but the draft can be found FINAL V7 format Draft With Updates Apr 2019
In April 2019 a Green Infrastructure Strategy for Totnes was produced – see 180426_Totnes Green Infrastructure Strategy_V3_FINAL
Update from Cllr Luker – Just a couple of clarification point concerning the Neighbourhood Plan report in the Totnes Times today (Friday 11th October):
a) we are not awaiting approval from SHDC but receipt of their comments on the draft plan. Any suggestion made will be incorporated into the plan. The idea being that we do not want the Plan being rejected when it goes to SHDC after the 6 week public consultation.(details available soon).
b) Affordable / Social housing is mentioned in the Plan – the difficulty in Totnes is available land to build social housing. Any new developments will have a percentage of affordable housing included. Unfortunately, as we all know, affordable does not mean what it says.
If anyone has any questions on the NP then please email me email@example.com or contact the Council offices.