Neighbourhood Development Plan successful Referendum.
Update 9th June 2021
Notice of Referendum
A Referendum will be held on Thursday, 15 July 2021 to decide the question:
“Do you want Cornwall Council to use the neighbourhood plan for St Enoder to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?”
Update 19th November 2019
The St Enoder Neighbourhood Development Plan has been successful at Examination, with the Examiner recommending that the Plan should proceed to referendum, subject to a number of recommended modifications.
The NDP has been modified in line with the Examiner’s recommendations with some minor modifications to the policy justification, as recommended by the Council and St Enoder Parish Council, for clarification purposes. The Council can now proceed to referendum on the making of the NDP.
St Enoder Parish Neighbourhood Plan
The Parish Council has completed a “pre-submission” draft of a Neighbourhood Plan for the parish of St Enoder.
Our Plan has been produced to complement other planning documents such as the UK Government’s National Planning Policy Framework, which came into force in 2012, and Cornwall Council’s Local Plan, which was adopted by the unitary authority in 2016.
It has also been based on feedback that we have received from local residents and we believe that it sets out a positive vision for the villages of Fraddon, Indian Queens,St Columb Road and Summercourt, as well as surrounding rural areas.
There is now a six week consultation, which is taking place between Monday 7th January and Monday 18th February.
Extended until Monday 11th March 5pm.
Comments should be sent to the Parish Clerk at St Enoder Parish Council, Foxleigh, Treviglas Lane, Probus, Truro, TR2 4LH, or via email@example.com
After final modifications, the Plan will then be submitted to Cornwall Council for a further round of consultation. It will then be reviewed by a government inspector and will go to a referendum of local residents.
Further background information