Inspector Asks For 20 Changes To Effingham’s Neighbourhood Plan Before A Referendum

An independent planning inspector has given Effingham Parish Council over 20 recommendations which they will need to address before its Neighbourhood Plan can proceed to a village-wide referendum.

Planning Inspector Peter Biggers recommended changes to the parish council’s choice of development sites and the types of buildings they had put forward. “In proposing the modifications I have tried to ensure that the integrity of the ENP [Effingham Neighbourhood Plan], and its vision, is retained and that the intention of neighbourhood planning, where the community’s wishes should be central to the plan, is honoured.”

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