EHDC consultation on Ropley NP

Ropley Neighbourhood Plan – EHDC Regulation 16 Public Consultation launched

Your Parish Council has submitted the Neighbourhood Plan to EHDC and they have launched a 6 week public consultation on the plan running from December 14th until January 25th 2019. Hard copies of the plan and supporting documents can be viewed at the Courtyard shop, Alresford Library and the Boundaries and Mansfield Park surgeries. These can also be viewed and responded to online HERE

More info:

What documents comprise the ‘plan proposal’?
The plan proposal comprises the following documents:
(a) A map identifying the area to which the proposed neighbourhood development plan relates;
(b) A consultation statement;
(c) The proposed neighbourhood development plan;
(d) A statement explaining how the proposed neighbourhood development plan meets the requirements of paragraph 8 of Schedule 4B to the Town and Country Planning Act 1990

Where can the plan proposal be inspected?
Details of the plan proposal and downloadable copies of the relevant documents can be found
on our website at: http://www.easthants.gov.uk/neighbourhood-plans/emerging-neighbourhood-plans

In addition, the full suite of evidence supporting the plan can be found at:
https://www.easthants.gov.uk/ropley-neighbourhood-plan

If required, hard copies of all of the documents listed above are available from East Hampshire
District Council, or copies of the plan can be viewed at:
• East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, GU31 4EX
• Courtyard Village Shop, Church Street, Ropley, SO24 0DS
• Alresford Library, 20 Broad Street, Alresford, SO24 9AQ
• Boundaries Surgery, 17 Winchester Road, Four Marks, GU34 5HG
• Mansfield Park Surgery, Lymington Bottom Road, Four Marks, GU34 5EW

How and by when must you make representations?
Representations can either be sent via email using neighbourhoodplans@easthants.gov.uk or by hard copy to:
Planning Policy
East Hampshire District Council
Penns Place
Petersfield
Hampshire
GU31 4EX

It is a requirement that the plan must be made available for publicity for a minimum of six weeks. To ensure that you have adequate time in which to respond, submissions will be
accepted from 9am on Friday 14 December 2018 until 5pm on Friday 25 January 2019. All responses will then be forwarded to the plan’s examiner once they are appointed. In the
interests of fairness to all respondents no late submissions will be accepted.
In addition, when making your representation, please can you indicate whether you wish to be informed of any decision EHDC make under Regulation 19 in relation to the outcome of the examination.

In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding the process at this stage or in future or have any problems accessing any of the links set out above please do not hesitate in
contacting me.

Yours Sincerely

Victoria Potts
Planning Policy Manager