Neighbourhood Plan News
Welcome to the Chichester City Neighbourhood Plan page where you can find out the latest news.
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20th June 2019
Councillors to discuss whether or not Chichester should make a Neighbourhood Plan at the next Planning and Conservation Committee on 26th June 2019.
15th July 2019
At an Extraordinary Meeting of Chichester City Council it was resolved that arrangements be put in place for the production of a Neighbourhood Plan for Chichester City.
1st October 2019
It has been announced that the launch of the public consultation process will take place on:
Monday 14th October at 7.00pm
It will be held in:
The Assembly Room, The Council House, North Street, Chichester
All are welcome to come along to find out what it means and how to get involved.
As part of the public consultation for the Chichester Neighbourhood Plan, Chichester City Council has launched a survey to gather views from the local population about what should or shouldn't be included in the finished Plan.
The survey is available online here:
Paper copies can be obtained from the front desk at The Council House, North Street, Chichester during normal office opening hours. Completed surveys can be returned to the same place.
The survey runs until 5.00PM on Monday 9th December
We are pleased to announce that Chichester District Council has approved the City Council's application to formally designate the Parish of Chichester City as a Neighbourhood Area.
This is an important building block and allows the City Council to proceed with the development of the Neighbourhood Plan.
Further information is available here:
There is now a Facebook group for the Neighbourhood Plan. Please join in, share your thoughts and help shape the Plan.
The Chichester Neighbourhood Plan was successfully launched at a well attended public meeting in the Assembly Room, The Council House this evening.
75 people turned up to listen to The Mayor, Councillor Richard Plowman, Councillor Julian Joy and the City Council's Planning Adviser Anna Whitty; outline what the Neighbourhood Plan is and what we hope to achieve by creating it.
After the presentations the attendees, including residents, County, District and City Councillors and local business people; engaged in a lively question and answer session to start the consultation process off.
The presentations are now available online to review here: Chichester Neighbourhood Plan launch presentation - 14-10-19
The notes from the discussions at the meeting are here: Neighbourhood Plan - Public launch meeting notes - 14-10-19