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


Bramley Neighbourhood Plan Feedback

Before submitting a Neighbourhood Plan to B&DBC, the Bramley Neighbourhood Plan team must publicise in an appropriate manner in the neighbourhood area: • details of the proposals in a neighbourhood development plan • details of where and when proposals for the neighbourhood development plan can be seen • details of how to make representations • the… Read More


Bramley Green

Firstly, a big thank you to all who have been involved in helping the Bramley Neighbourhood Planning steering group create a plan for the future development of Bramley. The plan once adopted will be a legal document of which planning officers will have to take note. This document sets out the policies which we propose… Read More


Bramley NDP - Housing Survey Results

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


Strategic Environmental Assessment Logo

Meeting with Mark Fessey, Principal ConsultantAECOM, 9th February, 2015, and Actions arising The Meeting was arranged to introduce Mark to Bramley and for him to enlighten us on the procedure for the Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment. As a result of BDBC having screened the draft neighbourhood plan, the Final Report published February 2015 requested that… Read More


The Bramley Neighbourhood Plan must comply with EU obligations. An important element of this requirement is that the borough council needs to determine whether the Neighbourhood Plan should be subject to a Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment (SEA) and/or Habitat Regulations Assessment (HRA). This is an important legal requirement and a screening process in relation to… Read More


Neighbourhood planning was introduced by the Localism Act 2011. It gives communities power to make plans which shape and direct development in their area – to say where development should go and what form it should take. Neighbourhood Plans are produced by the community itself and are only adopted if they receive a majority vote by local people in… Read More


Planning and Development

The Evenings were Open to the residents of Bramley so that we, on the Steering Group, could communicate as to the present situation of the Neighbourhood Plan. With a Power Point presentation by the Chair, Malcolm Bell and by the Consultant, Mick Downs of Urban Vision, the Vision for Bramley along with the Strategic Aims… Read More


Bramley Neighbourhood Plan - Development Options

Following on from the two Open Evenings which were well attended and hopefully enlightened the Community as to where the Neighbourhood Plan is at this stage, and where it is going in the future, bearing in mind our Vision for Bramley.… Read More