Dursley is preparing a Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) under the powers granted by the Localism Act 2011. NDPs give local communities the power to put in place planning policies for the future development and growth of their neighbourhoods.
The Regulation 14 Pre-Submission Consultation is now closed. The Steering Group will review and discuss all responses received at the next Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering Group meeting on Wednesday 24th January 2018 at 7pm in Jacob's House. A summary of all the feedback and the Neighbourhood Plan response to items raised will be published shortly after the above meeting.
We hope to submit the draft plan for formal examination to Stroud District Council early in April.
The draft plan is based upon evidence-based research and extensive community consultation. It covers such issues as:
- where new shops, homes and other developments should be built;
- whether there are important local green spaces which should be designated for protection;
- which sites could be developed for housing or employment; and
- whether there are other community needs e.g. car parking or community facilities.
This latest version of the plan is available for the people of Dursley to examine and comment on either online below or as a hard copy at the Library or Town Council offices.
This community led project is being guided by a Steering Group made up of local residents and town councillors. To find out more please email: email@example.com or call 01453 547758
This is the Regulation 14 Pre-Submission Version of the Future Dursley Draft NDP (Nov 2017)
- Draft NDP (Part 1) Pre-Submission Version (PDF, 2.9 Mb)
- Draft NDP (Part 2) Pre-submission version (PDF, 5.3 Mb)
- Draft NDP (Part 3) Pre-submission version (PDF, 1.7 Mb)
- Draft NDP (Part 4) Pre-submission version (Nov 2017) (PDF, 30.9 Mb)
- Draft NDP (part 5) Pre-submission version (November 2017) (PDF, 164 Kb)
The Future Dursley NDP will be subject to examination and referendum by the people of Dursley. If approved and supported by a majority of resident's the plan will be adopted by the District Council and become a statutory document.
This means that the plan will be taken into account when planning applications are considered and proposals made –This power means it is worth getting involved in.
- Dursley Landscape Character Assessment Nov 2015 (PDF, 8.2 Mb)
- public consultation
- Developing a Draft Vision & Objectives
- Map of Designated Dursley Neighbourhood Development Plan (PDF, 493 Kb)
Map of Designated Dursley Neighbourhood Development Plan
- Local Green Space Designation Evidence Report September 2017 (PDF, 3.4 Mb)
- Kingshill House Play Park LGS Responses (PDF, 5.9 Mb)
- Highfields Play Park and Field LGS Responses (PDF, 1.3 Mb)
- Cambridge Avenue Play Area LGS responses (PDF, 8.8 Mb)
- Land off acacia Drive LGS responses (PDF, 717 Kb)
- Long Street Town Green LGS responses (PDF, 3.9 Mb)
- Union Street Green LGS responses (PDF, 14 Mb)
- Holywell Orchard (PDF, 14 Mb)
- The Rec LGS Responses (PDF, 13.5 Mb)
- Strategic Environmental Assessment & habitats Regulation Assessment screening determination report from Stroud District Council (PDF, 1.5 Mb)
- Reg 14 Consultation Feedback from Statutory Consultees (PDF, 206 Kb)
- Reg 14 Detailed Comments Response Schedule (PDF, 571 Kb)
- Reg 14 Consultation Feedback from Residents, Visiotors and Businesses (PDF, 214 Kb)