Little Cornard Neighbourhood Plan
At the public meeting held at the Village Hall on Tuesday 12th June 2018, over 50 Little Cornard residents heard the reasons why a Neighbourhood Plan may benefit the parish. Chris Bowden of Navigus Planning gave the residents examples of how a NP may help shape the parish over the next 20 years and District Councillor Lee Parker answered questions on how the Local Planning Authority would use the Neighbourhood Plan.
At the end of the presentation LCPC Chairman Clive Johnson asked those present if they wanted a NP to be developed and over 60% of those present agreed that it should be undertaken. LCPC will consider at its meeting on the 10th July 2018 to make an application to Babergh District Council for the parish boundary of Little Cornard to be designated as a Neighbourhood Plan Area and then look at establishing the Steering Committee to get the tasks undertaken.
You can see the Presentation given by Chris Bowden.