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Neighbourhood Plans in the City?


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Neighbourhood plans are all the vogue at the moment. Plenty of rural parishes jumping in and having a say about what happens in their patch. Even Belmont parish Council have had a meeting about this: Future Development Of Belmont RuralAny news on what happened at the meeting Colin?


I thought that this would be a good idea, but as Simon Browne points out in the topic "When is a Plan not a Plan", they appear to carry little weight in helping local communities protect their environment.


So why do them and would the city be any better off if it had one? Would it prevent the fire station being moved if the locals wanted to ear mark or save the Bath Street site for something else on their Neighbourhood Plan?


Maybe our city councillors could explain where thay stand on this issue.

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