Regulation 16 Consultation
The Breadsall Neighbourhood Plan Advisory Group Group have submitted their Neighbourhood Plan to Erewash Borough Council for a six week consultation period. This is required as outlined in Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012. The consultation period will run between Thursday 9th April 2020 and Thursday 21st May 2020.
The Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents, including the Consultation Response Form, can be viewed both at the bottom of this webpage and the Breadsall Neighbourhood Planning Group’s website.
If you wish to comment on the Plan, please complete the Consultation Response Form by Thursday 21st May 2020 and either return:
By email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by post to: Planning Policy, Erewash Borough Council, Long Eaton Town Hall, Derby Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham. NG10 1HU
If you have any queries, please contact the Planning Policy Team at email@example.com or via telephone on 0115 907 2244 (extension 3150).
- Breadsall Neighbourhood Plan
- Appendix A- Basic Conditions Statement
- Appendix B – Buildings of Local Interest
- Appendix C – Key landscapes and vistas
- Appendix D – Buildings of local heritage interest
- Appendix E – Wildlife in and around Breadsall
- Appendix F – Flood Risk
- Appendix G – List of Policies and Proposals
- Appendix H – List of Figures and Tables
- Appendix I – List of photographs
- Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Habitats Regulation Assessment (HRA) Screening Report
- Consultation Response Form
- Consultation Statement
Draft Plan Consultation
Breadsall Neighbourhood Plan Advisory Group (BNPAG) finalised the Pre-submission draft version of the Breadsall Neighbourhood Plan in 2018. A formal notification of this was sent to all statutory consultees and further organisations or persons who the group believe should have the opportunity to comment on the Pre-submission Draft Plan.
The consultation closed on Thursday 31 January 2019. This consultation was run by BNPAG.
A copy of the Pre-submission draft Plan, as well as supporting documentation, may be viewed and downloaded from the Breadsall Parish Council website. A printed copy of the main body of the draft Plan may be obtained on request from the Neighbourhood Plan Advisory Group by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to: Breadsall Neighbourhood Plan Group, c/o The Clerk, Breadsall Parish Council, 20 Cleveland Ave, Draycott, Derbyshire, DE72 3NR.
Breadsall Parish – Neighbourhood Area Designation
A meeting of Erewash Borough Council’s Planning Committee on Wednesday 21st September 2016 approved Breadsall Parish Council’s application to designate a Neighbourhood Area covering the entirety of the Parish. The Borough Council’s designation of a Neighbourhood Area is a required first stage of the process which regulates Neighbourhood Plan formulation.
Regulation 7 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended by the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2015) requires the Borough Council to publicise the decision referred to above on its website. Additionally to this, the Borough Council must also a) indicate the name of the Neighbourhood Area, b) a map identifying the area, and c) state the name of the body who applied for the designation. This information can be found below:
a) Breadsall Parish Neighbourhood Area
c) Breadsall Parish Council.
Viee the agenda for the Planning Committee at which the designation was approved.
Breadsall Parish – Neighbourhood Area Application
The Borough Council has received an application from Breadsall Parish Council under powers created by the Localism Act (2011) (amending the Town and Country Planning Act (1990)) to designate a Neighbourhood Area covering the Parish area of Breadsall. This is with a longer term intention of producing a Neighbourhood Plan for the area.
In line with the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (and 2015 Amendments), the submitting body are required as part of their Area Application to provide to Erewash Borough Council (‘the local planning authority) the following information:
A map which identifies the area to which the application relates;A statement explaining why this area is considered appropriate to be designated as a neighbourhood area; andA statement that the organisation or body making the area application is a relevant body for the purposes of section 61G of the 1990 Act referred to above.
The application received by the Borough Council includes all required information. The next step is for the Council as required by Regulation 6 of the 2012 Regulations to publicise the following on its website, and in such other manner as they consider is likely to bring the area application to the attention of people who live, work or carry on business in the area to which the application relates:
Consultation ran from Tuesday 9 August to Tuesday 6 September 2016.
Please contact (0115) 9072244 ext. 3154 for further information on this matter.