Planning Policy Consultations
The Council agreed on 16 May 2019 to launch the preparation of an updated Local Plan. More information on the LDS which sets out which planning documents will be produced and when can be found here. Visit the LDS and Local Plan update for more information.
We are keen to engage with our local residents and a range of stakeholders in the development of planning policy documents. If you would like to get involved and comment on an open consultation, register or amend your details for future consultations, please visit the Basingstoke and Deane Consultation Portal.
The easiest way to respond to one of the consultations is through the Consultation Portal. Alternatively, you can download a comments form from the consultation web pages and send your comments to us by email or post.
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To view past planning policy consultations, please visit the council's Planning Consultation Portal.
Current Planning Policy Consultations
Burghclere Neighbourhood Plan
The council are currently consulting on the submission Burghclere Neighbourhood Plan until Friday 24 January 2020.
The Burghclere Neighbourhood Plan sets out a vision for the parish and planning policies which will be used to determine planning applications locally and guide development in the parish up until 2036.
There has been a previous public consultation on the draft Burghclere Neighbourhood Plan organised by Burghclere Parish Council during September and October 2019. Now that the Plan has been submitted to Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council it is the final opportunity to have your say on this document before it is considered at an independent examination.
More information and details of how to comment can be found by visiting the Burghclere Neighbourhood Plan webpage.
Call for Sites
The council recently undertook a Call for Sites consultation which closed on Wednesday 3 July 2019. This consultation asked for developers, landowners or other interested parties to let us know about sites that could be suitable for residential, employment or other development.
Whilst the formal 'Call for Sites' consultation has now closed, the council welcomes all site submissions and details of all sites submitted will be placed on file for a future review of the SHELAA. The submission form and corresponding guidance note remains available by clicking on the link below.
Planning Policy and Infrastructure team