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Medbourne’s Neighbourhood Plan

Current Status

The Parish Council formally submitted the Medbourne Neighbourhood Plan to Harborough District Council on 8th December 2017.
Harborough District Council then carried out a Public Consultation (Regulation 16) on the Plan, which ran for six weeks from 7th February to 22nd March 2018.

The Plan has now passed examination by an Independent Examiner who has reviewed it and checked that it meets the ‘Basic Conditions’.  Following modifications recommended by the Examiner, Harborough District Council Executive has approved the plan, so that it can now proceed to referendum.

The Plan and associated documents are available below. Please note that as the public consultation has now closed, no further representations can be made.

What Next…

The Medbourne Neighbourhood Plan referendum will be held on Thursday 28th June 2018.

The referendum question will be a straight “yes” or “no” on the entire Plan, as set out by Neighbourhood Planning Regulations. People will not be able to vote for or against individual policies. If 50% or more of respondents vote for the Plan, it will be brought into force (‘Made’) and become part of District-wide planning policy. 

Neighbourhood Plan Documents

The Medbourne Neighbourhood Plan being put forward for referendum (the Referendum version) comprises of the documents listed below. 

All the documents below are in PDF format.

The complete document package can be downloaded here…
MedbourneNeighbourhoodPlan.zip

Supporting Documents

Additional documents that we have been asked to publish in support of the Neighbourhood Plan:

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