Astwood and Hardmead Neighbourhood Plan

Current Position,

May 2021

Following the publicity period on the submitted Astwood and Hardmead Neighbourhood Plan, Milton Keynes Council has appointed Louise Brooke-Smith to conduct an examination of the Neighbourhood Plan.  The examiner’s main role is to ensure that the neighbourhood plan meets the basic conditions.

Should the examiner consider that a hearing is required as part of the examination then further information and arrangements for that will appear on this web page.

Comments received during publicity period

Abhishake and Sheeba Gulati (PDF, 234KB)

Canal and River Trust (PDF, 146KB)

Highways England (PDF, 160KB)

Luke Bacon (PDF, 75KB)

Natural England (PDF, 99KB)

Keith Watson (PDF, 67KB)

Doug & Sue Smith (PDF, 64KB)

Avison Young on behalf of National Grid (PDF, 116KB)

Stephen Thomas (PDF, 65KB)

Jackie Elsey (PDF, 69KB)

Phillip Barrett (PDF, 65KB)

Tracy Wright (PDF, 68KB)

Historic England (PDF, 149KB)

Derek Chapman (PDF, 64KB)

Comments received after publicity period

Pauline Mitchelmore  (PDF, 65KB)

April 2021

Astwood & Hardmead Parish Council submitted the Astwood & Hardmead Neighbourhood Plan to Milton Keynes Council on 11 March, 2021.

In accordance with Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations, 2012, Milton Keynes Council is now publicising the submitted Neighbourhood Plan and its accompanying documents for six weeks from Friday 9th April, 2021 to 5pm on Friday 21st May, 2021.

The Publicity Summary Statement (PDF, 176KB) provides more information about the plan and the consultation arrangements.

The Submitted Neighbourhood Plan and its accompanying documents can be found as follows:

Astwood and Hardmead Neighbourhood Plan (PDF, 1.4MB)

Basic Conditions Statement (PDF, 2.2MB)

Consultation Statement (PDF, 4MB)

Designated Area Map (PDF, 5.4MB)

Site Assessment Report (PDF, 1.2MB)

Following the publicity period, an independent examiner will be appointed to consider the neighbourhood plan and any comments received during the consultation.  The examiner will decide if the plan and its policies meet the basic conditions that all neighbourhood plans must comply with and whether the plan should proceed to a local referendum.

Making Comments

Any comments on the submitted Astwood & Hardmead Neighbourhood Plan must be received at the following address before 5pm on Friday 21st May, 2021

By post to:  Neighbourhood Planning, c/o UDLA, Milton Keynes Council, Civic Offices, 1 Saxon Gate East, Milton Keynes, MK9 3EJ

By email to: neighbourhoodplanning@milton-keynes.gov.uk

Please be aware that all comments that we receive will be publicly available and may be included on our website.

 

December 2018

In November 2018, Astwood and Hardmead Parish Council applied to Milton Keynes Council, in accordance with the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, to designate a Neighbourhood Plan Area for the Parish of Astwood and Hardmead.

Under the Neighbourhood Planning (General) and Development Management Procedure (Amendment) Regulations 2016, there is no longer a requirement to publicise area designation applications if the area specified in the application encompasses the entire Parish area. In such cases, the Regulations state that designations must be made as soon as possible, once the Authority is satisfied that the application is valid and complete. This was the case with the Astwood and Hardmead Parish Council application.

Following a Neighbourhood Planning Officer decision on 6 December 2018, the area put forward by Astwood and Hardmead Parish Council in its Neighbourhood Plan Area Application has now been approved as a Neighbourhood Plan Area.

To comply with Regulation 7 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, Milton Keynes Council is publicising the following details:

Last Updated: 7 June 2021