The Neighbourhood Plan is a made up of 19 policies which support the developmentof Caterham, Chaldon and Whyteleafe. It is the only legally adopted part of TandridgeCouncil’s development plan in Tandridge, along with Neighbourhood Plans inLimpsfield and Woldingham. As...
Tandridge District Council has asked Surrey County Councillor Jeremy Webster to put together a Group of Volunteers under the Neighbourhood Plan Umbrella to produce a Draft Supplementary Planning Document(SPD) on Flooding, with expert advice from Surrey as our Flood...
Natural England have made a declaration of the South London Downs National Nature Reserve.
The Caterham, Chaldon and Whyteleafe Neighbourhood Plan now has significant weight in Planning Decisions. The Referendum on the Neighbourhood Plan, which took place on 6th May 2021, gave a terrific endorsement. The Plan received 6923 Yes votes, with 1020 voting No....
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The key points of the Inspector’s letter, in the context of the Government reappraisal of the algorithm to calculate local housing targets and also the impending debate on the Planning For The Future White Paper in the New Year
Results from the questionnaire issued to organise a local response to the Government White Pager “Planning for the Future”
View the modified Neighbourhood Plan and its appendices, Appendix A and Appendix B
The Caterham, Chaldon and Whyteleafe Neighbourhood Plan (NP) was passed by the Planning Policy Committee of Tandridge District Council on 24th September and will be given significant weight in all local planning decisions from now on-meaning that Planning Officers will need to take account NP policies in making planning decisions. The NP will be subject to a Public Referendum when Government Regulations allow-hopefully next Spring.
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN LATEST NEWS-PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE GOVERNMENT CONSULTATION
The Government has published a White Paper outlining changes to the Planning System and a consultation on the proposals is now running until the end of October 2020.The Government aims to simplify the Planning System in order to stimulate house building.