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Public Consultation on the proposed Neighbourhood Development Plan 
2nd
May to 16th June
Please take time to read the plan and should you have any comments please e-mail them to
enquiries@newportsaloptowncouncil.co.uk  or post to the Town Clerk,
Newport Town Council, The Guildhall, High Street, Newport, Shropshire TF10 7AR

The plan can be viewed by clicking HERE

The Plan and supporting documents can be found on the consultation page or this link

This is now your opportunity to comment on the plan. 

Consultation will take place throughout May and into June, and this will be the opportunity for you to provide your say.  Any comments received will be recorded, read and amendments to revise to the plan will be considered 

                     


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 NEWPORT NDP STEERING
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 CONSULTATION

The Newport Neighbourhood Development Plan has been prepared from evidence and information gathered and received in response to public consultation and engagement with local organisations undertaken by the Town Council. The results of which form the basis of the plan, and the Policies contained in the plan are what local people said they wanted – the Plan is designed by local people for their Town. 

Newport Town Council are now in a position of pre-submission consultation and publicity of our proposed Neighbourhood Development Plan. 

In advance of submitting the plan proposal formally to the local planning authority, Newport Town Council must make public, and bring to the attention of residents and people who live, work or carry out business in the neighbourhood plan area - that being the parish boundary of Newport.

Supporting material including the Evidence Review, the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) screening report and Habitat Regulations Assessment (HRA) screening report, is also a prerequisite within this process which is entitled Regulation 14.

This is now your opportunity to comment on what has been prepared. 

Consultation will take place throughout May and into June, and this will be the opportunity for you to provide your say.  Any comments received will be recorded, read and amendments to revise to the plan will be considered.