Comments on the development of the Penryn Neighbourhood Plan have been received at the following public consultation events: Penryn Neighbourhood Plan Launch, 25th March 2017 May Day celebrations, Doorstep Green, 30th April 2017 Gig at Glasney, College Field, 4th June 2017 Following
“Planning policy and proposals need to be based on a proper understanding of the place they relate to, if they are to be relevant, realistic and to address local issues effectively. It is therefore important that Neighbourhood Plans are based
In July/August 2015 a Working Group was set up by Penryn Town Council to explore whether or not to carry out a Neighbourhood Plan for Penryn. They drafted and distributed a questionnaire to Penryn residents in order to find out if the community
The Penryn Neighbourhood Plan Launch was held on Saturday 25th March, 11am-2pm in the Temperance Hall in Penryn. The aims of the launch were to: Publicise that a Neighbourhood Plan for Penryn is being written Explain what a Neighbourhood Plan is
The Penryn Neighbourhood Plan needs as many people’s input as possible so that it is representative of local needs and desires for the future of Penryn. MAILING LIST There are lots of consultation events and workshops to come. Sign up to
Starting Up Penryn Town Council gains local approval to write a Neighbourhood Plan. Awareness of the Neighbourhood Plan is raised with the community and other stakeholders (eg. landowners). Initial community questionnaire is distributed to begin to define key aims for the Neighbourhood Plan. Formal application to Cornwall Council to write a Neighbourhood Plan and secure Council support. Steering Committee set up. Developing the Plan Public launch of the Neighbourhood Plan. Ongoing community engagement to identify important local issues and aims. Gather and review existing information about Penryn and collect new information to build the evidence base for the plan. Set up working groups around topics identified. In-depth consultation and outreach to explore themes, issues and aims. Define aims for the Plan based on consultation to date and feed back to community. Develop vision and objectives for the Neighbourhood Plan through engagement with the local community. Develop policies and proposals. Draft the plan. Informal community consultation on draft Neighbourhood Plan to ensure it represents what the community wants. Formal six week consultation.
A Neighbourhood Plan is a set of policies that help to shape future development of a place. Neighbourhood Planning gives communities direct power to develop a shared vision for their neighbourhood and shape the future development and growth of their
About the Penryn Neighborhood Plan Steering Committee The main purpose of the Steering Committee is to oversee the preparation of the Neighbourhood Plan for Penryn, helping it progress to a successful community referendum and be adopted by Cornwall Council to