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Parish Plans & Neighbourhood Plans - a presentation.

Reminder - A presentation for Silverstone residents on 'Parish and Neighbourhood Plans' has been organised at South Northamptonshire Council's The Forum, Moat Lane, Towcester. This will take place in the Council Chamber from 18.00 – 19.30 on Tuesday January 17th 2017.

Andy D'Arcy, who is Lead Officer Planning Policy for SNC, will make the presentation to explain exactly what the two plans cover, clarify the differences between the two and describe the processes involved in producing them. This is the presentation I promised to organise at the last Parish Council meeting, and I hope it will clear up the misconceptions that seem to exist around these matters. More »

If you plan to attend please let me know at Dermot.bambridge@southnorthants.gov.uk so we know how many to expect. I hope to see you there. » Less

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 13:16 by Peter Byng

Northamptonshire Association for the Blind

Their mobile sight centre will be in Towcester on February 1st

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 16:35 by James Laband

Parish Council approves amended Parish Plan.

At its meeting on Monday, the Parish Councillors present voted unanimously to support the amended Parish Plan and Village Design Statement, following the support the draft document had received at the exhibition last month. The amended version will be added to the website in the not too distant future. It strengthens the nature conservation case and stresses the importance of "The green heart of the village." Certain sections are being slightly re-ordered, hence the delay in its appearance here.

Wed, 11 Jan 2017 14:34 by Peter Byng