Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council is now in receipt of the final submission version of the Bramley Neighbourhood Plan (NP) along with all accompanying documentation required under the Regulations. The Bramley NP sets out a vision for the parish and planning policies which will be used to determine planning applications locally and guide development in… Read More


On the 15th July 2016,  the Bramley Neighbourhood Plan working group received word from Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council that “the Plan” that has been in development complies with all the statutory requirements and can proceed to the next stage. Therefore, I am pleased to confirm that the LPA is satisfied that the Neighbourhood Plan and… Read More


Bramley Neighbourhood Plan - Submission time

The Neighbourhood Plan has now been fully edited taking into account comments from Statutory Consultees and the Community. The Plan has been represented for Strategic Environmental Assessment and a response received with comments taken into account in the Plan. Presentation to Basingstoke and Deane had been slightly delayed because of the Update to the Strategic Environmental… Read More


Bramley NDP Update on progress

Below you will find comments made by Edward Rehill, Principle Planning Officer at Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council.  A copy of the full email can be found at the bottom of the page. Summary of the Comments Plan period It is noted that the proposed plan period for the neighbourhood plan is 2016-2029. You should… Read More


NPIERS offers a service whereby suitably qualified and experienced reviewers will undertake ‘health checks’ on emerging Neighbourhood Development Plans or Orders. The ‘health check’ is an independent desk based review designed to help both the qualifying body and the local planning authority to identify issues that may cause delay or rejection of Plans or Orders… Read More


The Neighbourhood Plan is at the editing stage prior to presentation to Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council. In total 452 residents responded to a previous Housing Survey and from the answers concerning how many houses should be on a site in the future, then 68% favoured 50 houses per site. The results of the survey… Read More


On the 8th July 2015 notification was received by Parish Councillors of a proposed new development at the top of Cufaude Lane/The Street junction.  This proposal was then distributed to members of the Neighbourhood Plan Working Group.  Below you will find details of the proposal and a copy of corresponding reply sent by Cllr. Malcolm… Read More


The aim of the survey was to seek local views on the maximum number of dwellings that should be built in any future developments.   The results from this survey will help form the basis of a policy within the Neighbourhood Plan that will limit the size of individual housing schemes within or immediately adjacent to… Read More