Creating the Neighbourhood Development Plan and gaining approval is a complex project. You can find out more details about how far we have travelled through the process below . . .
Alwoodley Neighbourhood Development Plan 2016 Consultation Feedback is available here.
Announcement of Open Day July 14th between 9:30am and 7:15pm at the Alwoodley Community Hall, 60 The Avenue. More details about the open day and where to see the plan here
January 2015 to date
The plan is being refined in conjunction with APC and the various statutory requirements including consultations are being organised - please see the various minutes for more details, available here
Meeting with the Parish Council to discuss the Draft Plan
Development of Policies and submission of the Draft Plan to the Parish Council
June to August 2014
Analysis of returns completed and considered by Steering Group- see here
Questionnaires returned. Analysis underway
Parish Annual Meeting. Display and Presentation on the Neighbourhood Plan process
Preparation and issue of Questionnaire to all households in the Parish with the Parish Newsletter
Leeds CC designates the Alwoodley Parish area for a Neighbourhood Plan
November 2013 - January 2014
Leeds City Council instigated a statutory consultation period for residents within the area and others. The published a notice that gives all the places you can get information and submit your comments as well as all the deadlines involved You can view the LCC consultation notice here
. . . and submitted to Leeds City Council
The Steering Group met several times, familiarised themselves with the details of the steps involved in their task and formulated a plan of action. The neighbourhood area was defined as the Alwoodley Parish Council boundaries. See maps here As required under Part 2 of The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, an Application for Designation for the formal creation of a Neighbourhood Area was prepared . . .
The ‘Steering Group’ formed. The group includes a number of residents and four members of the Parish Council.