The Bramley residents came out on a bitterly cold day to support the Neighbourhood Plan (NP). With a turnout of 32.53% they voted by a considerable margin to have the NP sitting alongside Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s Local Plan. Any planning application submitted in the parish, including those for speculative housebuilding, must by law… Read More


With less than a week before the referendum, we have seen several questions across various websites and forums along the lines of “What does a YES or NO vote actually mean?” A NO vote will not stop development in the future but it means that Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council in their decision making on… Read More


As part of the Bramley Neighbourhood Plan process, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council (BDBC) have issued the “Notice of Referendum”.  This is the document that supplies the full details about the referendum process with respect to how to register to vote if you are not yet registered to vote. If you are already registered to… Read More


On the 25th November 2016, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council (BDBC) agrred to proceed to a referendum on the Bramley Neighbourhood Plan.

The Referendum will be held on Thursday 9 February 2017 between 7am and 10pm. The question asked in the referendum will be:

“Do you want Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council to use the neighbourhood plan for Bramley to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?”… Read More


Below you will find the Bramley Neighbourhood Plan Vision statement along with a summary of the various policies.  You can use the “previous” and “next” to navigate through the various sections.  A link to the full documentation is provided at the bottom of the page.… 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


The NDP submitted 3 simple questions to the Bramley School council; the council is made up of children from the school with 2 representatives from Year groups 1 through to 6.The school catchment area covers the villages of Bramley, Sherfield on Loddon and Stratfield Saye, offering education for primary school children from the ages of 4 through to 11.… Read More


Open Drop in Session for Neighbourhood Planning The Open Day Drop in Session which was held in the Pavilion at Clift Meadow on the 28th September 2013 was a success. For those 94 people that attended, the message was coming back to members of the steering group in attendance that we are moving in the… Read More