Bridge Neighbourhood Plan
Bridge Parish Council has formally submitted its Neighbourhood Plan to Canterbury City Council.
The plan sets out the parish council’s vision for the future of Bridge until 2037 and lays down policies to help achieve that vision.
This consultation, which asked for views on the draft plan, closed on Monday 17 July. The supporting documents and other information remain on this page but you can no longer comment.
You can read the plan and supporting documents below:
- Bridge Neighbourhood Plan
- Basic conditions statement
- Consultation statement
- Habitat regulation assessment
- Appendix A – Bridge rural community profile
- Appendix B – Bridge architectural legacy statement
- Appendix C – Housing needs survey
- Appendix D – Strategic environmental assessment
- Appendix E – Bridge Fields plans
- Appendix F – Bridge landscape and visual impact statement
You can also view the adopted Canterbury district Local Plan and its appendices that are referred to in the Bridge Neighbourhood Plan.
If you have any queries about the Bridge Neighbourhood Plan, please email email@example.com or call 01227 862 178.
What happens next?
It is a legal requirement that all comments are made available for public inspection, Therefore, your comments will not be confidential. Your name and comment will be visible but your contact and personal details will not be visible.
All comments will then be sent to an independent Neighbourhood Plan examiner who will carry out the examination.
Most neighbourhood plan examinations are examined through written representations, rather than the examiner holding a public examination meeting.
The examiner will check that the Plan meets the Basic Conditions and has been prepared properly.
Following the examination the examiner will issue their report, which could include recommended changes to the draft Neighbourhood Plan.
You can view more information about the Neighbourhood Plan process and next stages.
Published: 12 May 2023