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Residents in Titchfield have until Friday 11th January to have their say on the future of the village by taking part in a consultation being run by Fareham Borough Council on behalf of the Titchfield Neighbourhood Forum.
The Titchfield Neighbourhood Forum (TNF) is made up of a group of residents who have set out their vision for Titchfield in a Draft (Regulation 16) Titchfield Neighbourhood Plan.
Titchfield is the first area in the Borough to draw up a Draft Neighbourhood Plan. The document contains proposed planning policies to guide the development and use of land in Titchfield.
The Draft Plan and consultation details can be found at www.fareham.gov.uk/haveyoursay.
Paper copies of the Draft Neighbourhood Plan and representation forms can be obtained from:
Executive Member for Planning and Development, Cllr Keith Evans said: “We are urging all residents to have their say on this plan before the consultation ends on 11 January to help shape the future of Titchfield.”
Government regulations state that Neighbourhood Forums should submit a Neighbourhood Plan to their Local Planning Authority – in this case Fareham Borough Council - which has now put the plan out to consultation on behalf of the Neighbourhood Forum.
The consultation ends on 11th January, at which time the Council will submit the Draft Neighbourhood Plan, supporting documents and associated comments and representations, to an independent examiner who will determine if the plan meets the basic conditions.
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