Draft Neighbourhood Plan for Public Consultation

The draft Neighbourhood Plan has been drawn up by the Working Group and a planning consultant on behalf of Caythorpe and Frieston Parish Council.  

The public consultation period runs from Jan 6th to Feb 18th. Please take this opportunity to read the draft plan and let us know your opinion of the Vision, Objectives and Policies it contains. 

An exhibition about the Neighbourhood Plan will be held on Sunday  Feb 6th from  10am to 12 noon in Caythorpe Village Hall.  Members of the working group and the planning consultant will be available to answer your questions. 

This formal 6-week consultation is a critical stage in the process. For the first time you will be able to see and comment on the policies which should give us much more influence on future planning decisions. The consultation is for residents and local businesses, but we will also be asking for comment from outside bodies who are concerned with planning in the area. 

 

This document will be available for comment until February 18th 2022

it is in 3 sections:

  • A description of the parish, its history and facilities
  • A summary of the results of the survey of 2021
  • The vision, objectives and policies for the future

you can then go to SmartSurvey to record your opinions of the Vision, Objectives and Policies

please click here to view and read the plan

please click here to go to SmartSurvey and complete the counsultation questionnaire online

 

Downloadable PDF version of the consultation questionnaire for those who would prefer to respond this way

please click here to download the Questionnaire

 

Evidence Document

The plan will be inspected by SKDC before it is approved. This document contains a more detailed description of the parish, its history and facilities, which will be needed by the inspectors. It also ties the Vision, Objectives and Policies to national planning regulations and the SKDC local plan.

please click here to view the Evidence Document

 

Full results and analysis of the 2021 survey

please click here to view the results

please click here to see the significant views photographs