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St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan

The St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan 2016-2029 was 'made' at Full Council on 22 March 2018. The Plan forms part of the Development Plan for the parish and will be used to guide planning decisions in St Mary Bourne. A copy of the final version of the St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan and Decision Statement can be viewed below:

PDF document St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan (final version)(PDF) [3 Mb]

PDF document Decision Statement(PDF) [194 kb]

PDF document SEA and HRA Screening Decision Notice(PDF) [200 kb]

Hard copies of these documents can be viewed at Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council offices between the hours of 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday, and at Basingstoke Discovery Centre and Whitchurch Library during their normal opening times.

Referendum results

The referendum for the St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan was held on Tuesday 20 February 2018. There was a turnout of 31.31%. The results of the poll included: 288 votes in favour (85.97%) and 44 votes against (13.13%). More than 50% of those voting in the referendum voted ‘yes’ and therefore the neighbourhood plan has become part of the statutory development plan for St Mary Bourne.

PDF document Declaration of Result - St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Area(PDF) [224 kb]

Referendum

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council agreed to proceed to a referendum on the St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan on 18 December 2017. As required by the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 as amended, a Decision Statement has been published which can be found below.

In accordance with the Neighbourhood Planning (Referendum) Regulations (2012) as amended, the council has published an Information Statement which sets out information relating to the referendum and also the following specified documents:

PDF document Information Statement(PDF) [474 kb]

PDF document St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan as modified(PDF) [2 Mb]

PDF document Independent Examiner's report(PDF) [794 kb]

PDF document Summary of representations submitted to the independent examiner(PDF) [576 kb]

PDF document Statement (the St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan Decision Statement) that the local planning authority is satisfied that the draft plan meets the basic conditions and complies with the provisions made by or under sections 38A and 38B of the 2004 Act(PDF) [444 kb]

PDF document General information statement on town and country planning, neighbourhood planning and the referendum(PDF) [195 kb]

The Referendum was held Tuesday 20 February 2018 between 7am and 10pm. The question asked in the referendum was:

"Do you want Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council to use the neighbourhood plan for St Mary Bourne to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?"

The referendum area is identified on the map which is included with the information statement. The referendum area is identical to the area which has been designated as the Neighbourhood Plan area for St Mary Bourne.

The referendum was conducted in accordance with procedures similar to those used at local government elections.

Examination

The council received the independent examiners report for the St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan (NP) on 17 November 2017. The examiner recommended that, subject to a number of proposed modifications, the Plan should proceed to referendum.

The Independent Examination was conducted by Jeremy Edge of Edge Planning and Development LLP. He was appointed by the borough council, in agreement with St Mary Bourne Parish Council, having been referred to the council by the Neighbourhood Planning Independent Examiner Referral Service (NPIERS).

PDF document Independent Examiner's report(PDF) [790 kb]

Publication (Regulation 16)

The St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan (SMBNP) was submitted to Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council (BDBC) on 6 May 2017. The plan has been subject to a compliance check to ensure it accords with the relevant legislation. The borough council’s decision and completed checklist can be viewed below:

PDF document BDBC St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan compliance checklist letter(PDF) [155 kb]

PDF document BDBC St Mary Bourne Plan compliance checklist(PDF) [370 kb]

The submission documents included: St Mary Bourne NP, Strategic Environmental Assessment, Consultation Statement, Basic Conditions Statement, the representation form, a guidance note on the consultation and the public notice.

PDF document St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan(PDF) [2 Mb]

PDF document Strategic Environmental Assessment(PDF) [4 Mb]

PDF document Consultation Statement(PDF) [4 Mb]

PDF document Basic Conditions Statement(PDF) [2 Mb]

PDF document Representation form(PDF) [185 kb]

PDF document Guidance note(PDF) [248 kb]

View other evidence base documents on the St Mary Bourne Parish Council website.

Representations on this consultation can be viewed upon request. If you would like to view any particular representations for this consultation, please contact the Planning Policy team by emailing Local.Plan@basingstoke.gov.uk. All the representations made and the submission plan have been issued to the appointed independent Neighbourhood Plan Examiner.

Pre-submission (Regulation 14)

Consultation on the Pre-Submission SMBNP took place from 15 April 2016 to 27 May 2016 and 4 November 2016 to 16 December 2016. Visit the St Mary Bourne Neighbourhood Plan website for more information.

Strategic Environmental Assessment and Habitats Regulations Assessment

The borough council has undertaken screening for Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA). The results of the screening report and the decision notice is available to view below:

PDF document St Mary Bourne SEA and HRA Screening Report(PDF) [2 Mb]

PDF document St Mary Bourne SEA and HRA Decision Notice(PDF) [200 kb]

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