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Welcome to the Alsager Neighbourhood Plan page! This is where you can find the latest information on the Alsager Neighbourhood Plan Consultation.

Introduction

The Localism Act 2011, for the first time, gave communities the ‘right to plan’. This new ‘community right’ gives communities the power to form their own land-use planning policies in the form of a Neighbourhood Plan.

Once adopted, a Neighbourhood Plan becomes part of the Local Authority Development Plan and is used in determining planning applications alongside the National Planning Policy Framework and the relevant Local Plan.

Neighbourhood Plan Consultation

Alsager Town Council is launching its preliminary consultation to ask local residents and businesses what their priorities are for the Town.

There is a short survey which you can complete online by visiting: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/alsagernp 

There will be several events held in late February and early March where there will be presentations on what exactly a Neighbourhood Plan is, what it involves, and what the benefits, opportunities and challenges are if Alsager decides to produce one. You will also have the chance to ask questions and tell us what you think is important for the future of Alsager.

Neighbourhood Plan Consultation Launch Event

Alsager Civic              

Wednesday 24th February 2016, 6-8pm                   

Neighbourhood Plan Drop-in event

Excalibur School                                

Wednesday 2nd March 2016, 6-8pm                   

Neighbourhood Plan Drop-in event

Christ Church Hall                             

Thursday 3rd March 2016, 7-9pm                   

Neighbourhood Plan Drop-in event

Alsager Civic                                       

Saturday 5th March 2016, 10-12 Noon         

If you cannot attend any of the events and would like further information, please download this quick guide to Neighbourhood Plans http://www.cheshireaction.org.uk/downloads/cca-quick-guide-to-neighbourhood-plans/

or email: john.heselwood@cheshireaction.org.uk