Goodworth Clatford Neighbourhood Plan

Goodworth Clatford Neighbourhood Plan Regulation 16 Consultation

Test Valley Borough Council is consulting on the proposed Goodworth Clatford Neighbourhood Development Plan, which has been formally submitted by Goodworth Clatford Parish Council.

The consultation starts on Tuesday 25th September and responses must be received no later than Noon on Tuesday 6th November  2018.

Please be aware that all representations will be publicly available and may also appear on the Test Valley Borough Council website. For further information on how we use your personal data please visit http://www.testvalley.gov.uk/gdpr

Where possible, please provide any comments using the Consultation Form. Completed forms can either be emailed to neighbourhoodplanning@testvalley.gov.uk or sent by post to:

Neighbourhood Planning, Test Valley Borough Council,  Beech Hurst, Weyhill Road, Andover,  SP10 3AJ.

Reference copies of the Goodworth Clatford Neighbourhood Development Plan and supporting documents, along with paper copies of the representation form are also available at the following locations during their normal opening hours:

  • Test Valley Borough Council,  Beech Hurst, Weyhill Road, Andover, SP10 3AJ.
  • Andover Library, The Chantry Centre, 53 Chantry St, Andover SP10 1LT
  • Clatfords Village Store,  Village Street, Goodworth Clatford, Andover SP11 7RE

Following this consultation the comments received will be passed to an independent examiner, to be appointed by the Council, who will consider the representations and recommend whether the Neighbourhood Plan should be put to a community referendum.

If you have any questions please contact Neighbourhood Planning   on 01264 868000 or by email to neighbourhoodplanning@testvalleygov.uk


Neighbourhood Area designation

Goodworth Clatford Parish Council submitted an application for the designation of a Neighbourhood Area covering the parish of Goodworth Clatford. This was subject to public consultation running for six weeks from Friday 18th March 2016 to 4:30pm on Friday 29th April 2016.  The Council has considered the application and the responses received during the consultation and has approved the designation.

The designation of a Neighbourhood Area would enable a Neighbourhood Plan to be prepared for the designated area.  Please note that this consultation only considered whether a Neighbourhood Area should be designated and upon its proposed boundary.

For further general information please telephone 01264 368000 or email planningpolicy@testvalley.gov.uk

For further information on the proposed Neighbourhood Plan please contact Goodworth Clatford Parish Council


Screening Opinion

Following the submission of a screening opinion for the draft Goodworth Clatford Neighbourhood Plan on 8th January 2018  Test Valley Borough Council (as responsible authority) has to determine whether or not a full Strategic Environmental Assessment and/or a Habitats Regulations Assessment are required.

In accordance with the Regulations, Natural England, Historic England and the Environment Agency were consulted on the findings of the screening report. The consultation started on the 11th January for a five week period (deadline of 15th February).

Having regard to the submission and the consultation responses it is the Council’s opinion that the Plan would not be likely to have significant environmental effects. On this basis, a Strategic Environmental Assessment would not be required for the proposed Goodworth Clatford Neighbourhood Plan. With regards to the Habitats Regulations and whether an Appropriate Assessment is required, the Council concludes that the proposed Neighbourhood Plan is not likely to have a significant effect on European designations. This is supported by the response from Natural England. This decision was made on the 15th February 2018.

A statement outlining the process and consultation responses is available under Documents.


Consultations

Goodworth Clatford Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group consulted on the Goodworth Clatford pre-submission (Regulation 14) version of their Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) from Monday 9 April until Friday 25 May. The next steps for the Steering Group are to consider the representations made and make any modifications to the document if necessary before submitting the final NDP along with a consultation statement to the Borough Council (Regulation 15). Following this stage, the Borough Council will publicise the NDP for 6 weeks (Regulation 16) before the NDP can be submitted for Examination (Regulation 17).