Parish of Ingleby Arncliffe Neighbourhood Plan
The Localism Bill, first introduced in 2011, is an act of parliament designed to devolve decision making powers, from central government control, down to local councils and communities. It will enable communities to make their own decisions about having new houses, new services or commercial developments in their neighbourhood and this will be achieved through the preparation and approval of a Neighbourhood Development Plan.
A Neighbourhood Plan, when approved will enable the community to ;
Planning a clear way forward for the building of new homes in the parish is the primary focus of this Neighbourhood Plan.
Made Adopted version of the Neighbourhood Plan
Final Decision Statement
Members of the Neighbourhood Planning Steering Group are:
Ken Jones ( Chair from July 2019 to November 2019), George Hunter (Chair till July 2019), David Cook (joined August 2019), Ruth Eastham, Susan Stephenson, Clive Walley, Hazel Warhurst & Karen Wilde (until November 2019), Sophie Cooper (from November 2019).
To go to the Neighbourhood Plan - Key Documents Page - click here
To go to the Neighbourhood Plan - Supporting Documents Page - click here
Meetings & Activities - Click on Year Below