Edenthorpe Town Council Neighbourhood Development Plan
Edenthorpe Parish Council have a dedicated Neighbourhood Plan webpage.
Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan Referendum
A report from the Independent Examiner has been received, and recommends that the Neighbourhood Plan should, subject to the recommended modifications proceed to Referendum. Therefore, a Referendum relating to the adoption of Edenthorpe’s Neighbourhood Plan will be held on 19 March 2020.
The question which will be asked in the Referendum is:
Do you want Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Edenthorpe to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?
All information and documents can be found on the Council’s Democracy pages.
Independent Examination – Examiner's report
The report of the Independent Examination of the Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Development Plan prepared by Peter Biggers (MRTPI AIHBC) has been received and recommends that the Neighbourhood Plan should, subject to the recommended modifications, proceed to referendum.
- Edenthorpe NP Examiners Report Final
- Download (701KB - PDF)
The Local Planning Authority are considering the recommended modifications. Our response to the recommendations will be published shortly.
The report also recommends that the Neighbourhood Plan should proceed to a Referendum based on the Neighbourhood Area as approved by the Council (Edenthorpe Parish boundary).
Regulation 16 Publication of Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Development Plan - Consultation has now CLOSED.
Following the completion of Regulation 14 pre-submission consultation and publicity on their Neighbourhood Plan, Edenthorpe Council submitted the following documents to the Local Planning Authority, for examination under Part 5 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended).
The consultation period has now ended. The Council has now appointed an independent assessor Mr Peter Dickson Biggers BSC(Hons) MRTPI IHBC to undertake the examination. If you would like to be included to be notified of the Local Planning Authority's decision under regulation 19 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 on the plan proposal (whether to make or to refuse to make the Neighbourhood Development Plan) please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
It is the responsibility of Doncaster Council to collate all the representations made and pass these on to the independent examiner, who will examine the plan documents and assess whether the plan is in line with legislation and can therefore proceed to a referendum.
The Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Development Plan and associated documents can still be viewed below:
- Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Development Plan - Submission Version (July 2019)
- Download (7.03MB - PDF)
- Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Development Plan - Basic Conditions Statement (July 2019)
- Download (1.07MB - PDF)
- Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Development Plan - Consultation Statement (July 2019)
- Download (1.76MB - PDF)
It is the responsibility of the Doncaster Council to collate all the representations made and pass these on to the independent examiner, who will examine the plan documents and assess whether the plan is in line with legislation and can therefore proceed to a referendum. An examiner will be appointed to undertake the examination shortly.
Update – Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan Examination Additional Documents
As part of the Examination of the Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan, the Examiner has given both the Borough Council and Parish Council the opportunity to respond to points raised by consultees. The consultee comments are provided below, alongside a joint response from the Borough and Parish Council.
- Gladman Developments Response
- Download (197KB - PDF)
- NHS Property Services Response
- Download (185KB - PDF)
- Severn Trent Water Response
- Download (470KB - PDF)
- Response to Consultation Comments
- Download (393KB - PDF)
Additionally, the Examiner has requested that a Sustainability Matrix is provided by the Neighbourhood Plan group, as well as a revised Consultation Statement in order to clarify who was consulted. These are available below:
- Sustainability Matrix
- Download (368KB - PDF)
- Consultation Statement
- Download (2.3MB - PDF)
Edenthorpe Parish Council submitted a screening request to the Local Planning Authority to establish whether a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) was required. The screening opinion and responses received from the statutory bodies to date confirm that an SEA is not required.
- Edenthorpe NDP SEA Screening Report Local Planning Authority response
- Download (823KB - PDF)
- Edenthorpe NDP SEA Screening Historic England response
- Download (55KB - PDF)
- Edenthorpe NDP SEA Screening Natural England response
- Download (14KB - PDF)
- Edenthorpe NDP SEA Screening Environment Agency response
- Download (288KB - PDF)
Pre-Submission Consultation and Publicity (Regulation 14)
Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan Working Group would like to present the Draft Neighbourhood Plan. This is a culmination of just over two years of evidence gathering using a variety of methods, finding out what the Edenthorpe residents want for our village’s future.
- Edenthorpe Draft Plan Public Consultation Version Reg 14
- Download (4.72MB - PDF)
The public consultation for this stage has now ended.
Designation of the Neighbourhood Area for the Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan – 20 December 2016
As required by Part 2, Regulation 5A (2) of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended) the Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan area has been designated and covers the whole of the parish of Edenthorpe.
Designation means that the parish council have approval to progress a plan for the designated area and no other parish/town council or Neighbourhood Forum can complete a Neighbourhood Plan for the area.
Application for the designation of the Neighbourhood Area for the Edenthorpe Neighbourhood Plan
An application has been received from Edenthorpe Council for the designation of a Neighbourhood Area. In accordance with Part 2, Regulation 5 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended) the Parish Council have submitted:
- a map which identifies the area to which the area application relates;
- a statement explaining why this area is considered appropriate to be designated as a neighbourhood area; and
- a statement that the organisation or body making the area application is a relevant body for the purposes of section 61G of the 1990 Act.
- Edenthorpe Parish Boundary Map
- Download (1.26MB)
- Edenthorpe Parish Council Designation Application
- Download (142KB)
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