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  • We are producing regular newsletters to inform on the progress of the plan direct to your inbox.
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Drop in event at Village Hall 5th September 2015

  • We had over 40% response to the questionnaire (above average) and 75 villagers took time out of their busy Saturday to attend the Village meeting on the 5th September to go through the results.
     
  • Click here to review the Survey results
     

Questionnaire Consultation August 2015

  • A consultation questionnaire was send to every household in Sherington to gauge their views and values regarding the Neighbourhood Plan.
     
  • Not been able to give your views on this? Feel free to complete the questionnaire or give us your views around the main topics here
     

Public Consultation - Newport Pagnell Neighbourhood Plan

  • After two years work, Newport Pagnell Town Council has reached the stage of holding the Pre-Submission Public Consultation on their Neighbourhood Plan from 1 June to 12 July 2015. The Plan and about 40 supporting documents can be viewed on the NPTC website.
     
  • Public comments can be submitted via Survey Monkey or by email. Note: the Plans may affect you if you use the facilites in Newport Pagnell, as well as affecting Sherington itself. The documents are indicative of those that Sherington will need to prepare over the coming year or so.

Public Consultation - Area Designation

  Update 24 May: Milton Keynes Council received no comments on the Area, which was therefore approved at the Delegated Decisions Meeting on 21 April. This decision has now been confirmed.
  • The first of the formal Public Consultations on Sherington's Neighbourhood Plan is running from 9 March to 20 April 2015. This is not on whether or not there should be a Plan, nor on the Plan itself, but on the choice of the entire Parish as the area to be covered by the Plan. Comments should be submitted to Milton Keynes Council who are running this Public Consultation. Full details are available on the MKC web site.
     

Planning Application 14/02002/OUT

  • The planning application for 36 houses in the High Street (14/02002/OUT) was considered by the MKC Development Control Committee on Thursday 5 March 2015. The application was refused by 5 votes to 1. The MKC Officer recommendation was also to refuse permission. The officer's report, agenda and other information can be read on the MKC web site: Further details
     
  • The consideration of this and other potential sites will now be continuing under the Site Allocations Plan and Neighbourhood Plan processes.

Information Event - 21 February 2015

  • The Information Event in the Village Hall on Saturday 21 February 2015 was a great success. There were 105 attendees who submitted 112 comments on 83 post-it notes. These are now being analysed as they will form the foundations of the Plan. Some items have already been passed on for action.
     
  • 26 display boards provided details of previous Parish Plans and how the village has evolved since 1973. There will be further opportunities to see the displays and submit your comments in due course. Look out for details shortly.
     

8 February 2015

  • The first three kick-off meetings were very successful - about a dozen volunteers have come forward either to be part of the Steering group or to help in other ways.
     
  • There will be an Information Day / Drop-in Session in the Village Hall from 11.30am to 12.30pm on Saturday 21 February. Everyone welcome. Come along and find out what we are doing. This is YOUR village and we need YOUR feedback on how you would like to see it develop over the next 16 years.
     
  • An initial meeting has been held with Milton Keynes Council's Planning Dept. We will be working very closely with them over the coming months.
     

28 January 2015

  • A formal application has been submitted to Milton Keynes Council for designation of the entire Parish as the area to be covered by the Neighbourhood Plan.
     
  • Milton Keynes Council will now advertise a 6 week public consultation on this choice of area. If no valid reasons for choosing a different area are raised, then Sherington Parish Council will receive formal approval to proceed.
     

15 January 2015

  • To kick things off, the first 3 Steering Group meetings are as follows.
     
    • Thursday 29 January, 7.30pm, Village Hall.
    • Friday 6 February, 7.30pm, Sports Pavilion
    • Saturday 7 February, 10.30am, Village Hall
       
  • If you weren't at the Parish Council meeting, come along and find out what a Neighbourhood Plan is and how you can help to shape Sherington's future.
     
  • Regular Steering Group meetings will then be held on the last Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in the Sports Pavilion, Perry Lane, starting on 24 February 2015.
     

7 January 2015

  • Volunteers are being sought to serve on the Steering Group or to offer assistance in undertaking the large amount of work required.
     
    • Are you passionate about Sherington and its future?
    • Can you commit to contributing the man hours necessary to successfully produce the Plan over the next year?
    • Do you have relevant skills or experience?
      e.g. town planning, architect, project management, research, data analysis, communication skills, report writing, minute taking, printing, leaflet distribution, consultation, etc
       
  • If you are interested in volunteering or wish to recommend someone else, please email: nplan@sherington.org.uk
     

6 January 2015

  • At its meeting on 6 January 2015, Sherington Parish Council agreed that a Neighbourhood Plan should be prepared, to give the local community a greater voice in the future development of the Parish. Cllr Ian Collinge was appointed as Chairman of the Steering Group, which will oversee the project on behalf of the Parish Council. The majority of Steering Group members will be community volunteers.
     

 
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