Bramley Neighbourhood Plan
Under the Localism Act, local communities are able to take a much greater level of control of significant decisions affecting their area. Since 2017, Bramley Parish Council has been working on a Neighbourhood Plan for the parish, which has legal force in planning.
This document follows a set structure nationally and allows Bramley to take greater control of what gets developed where in the parish, and how, to the year 2032. It will also allow Bramley to have more influence with Waverley Borough Council.
Following all of the completed stages as detailed in the link above, Waverley issues a Decision Statement confirming that all the modifications proposed in the Independent Examiner's report have been accepted, the draft Bramley Neighbourhood Plan has been altered as a result of it and that the Plan may now proceed to Referendum.
The Referendum has been set for Thursday 18th November, taking place between 7:00am and 10:00pm in Bramley Village Hall. All residents of the parish of Bramley who are on the Electoral Register are invited to vote on the Referendum by answering the question "Do you want Waverley Borough Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Bramley to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?". All those entitled to vote in the Referendum will be sent details from Waverley in the post. Further information can be found on the Waverley Borough Council website.
The latest draft of the Neighbourhood Plan and related documents can be accessed by clicking the links below.