Lostwithiel Neighbourhood Plan News
The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group will not be holding a meeting on Tuesday 24 April. However, there will be a consultation event on Saturday 28th April 2018 at 2pm at the Oasis Room at the Community Centre.
Please be aware that the ‘Pre-submission’ six-week consultation period ends at midday on Sunday 5 May, please ensure that your comments on this draft are received by the Town Clerk prior to this date.
We had a very successful exhibition in The Oasis Centre on March 24th with over 50 attendees.
The Spring Neighbourhood Plan Newsletter was delivered to residents in
time for the exhibition.
As a result of submissions in response to the Call for Sites, there has been a significant change to the proposed Development Boundary. The revised Boundary can be viewed either in part 2, page 11 of the full Plan or on page 1 of the Summary.
Copies of the Pre-submission Plan and the summary are available in the Library, Church and Community Centre. The Plan Summary and the Spring 2018 Newsletter can also be found using the 'information and supporting documents' tab.
Responses to the Pre-Submission Draft of the Neighbourhood Plan can be Posted to Freepost Lostplan (no stamp needed) or placed in the box under the community noticeboard in the Lostwithiel Co-op or dropped into the Council letterbox marked ‘LTC’ at the entrance to the Library in North St. Comments can also be made on this website using the Enquiries tab at the top of the page.
Please ensure you let us have your name and address — they will not be made public.
The consultation event on Saturday 28th April 2018 at 2pm will give you the opportunity to see a repeat of the exhibition and an analysis of the comments received to date. Members of the Steering Group will be on-hand to explain the plan and to receive further comments.
Deadline for responses is Midday on Sunday May 6th 2018.
Please go to the Supporting Documents pages to access the Pre-Submission Draft Plan.
The Plan, modified if necessary in response to comments received, will then be sent to Cornwall Council for it to engage in a public consultation before being submitted to scrutiny by the Independent Examiner. When the plan has passed the scrutiny, it will be put to the residents on the Civil Parish in a ‘yes/no’ referendum.
The Steering Group hopes you will support the Lostwithiel Neighbourhood Plan at referendum.