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Langham Neighbourhood Plan made

Date Published: 24 April 2017
Rutland County Council

Following several periods of public consultation and a positive referendum result, the Langham Neighbourhood Plan has been ‘made’ by Rutland County Council.

The Neighbourhood Plan sets out the local community’s views of how Langham should be developed from now until 2036 and was finalised by Elected Members at a meeting of the Full Council on Monday 10th April 2017.

The Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the statutory Development Plan for Rutland and will play an important role in determining planning applications made in and around the village of Langham.

Langham Parish Council first submitted proposals to designate the boundary of the Langham Neighbourhood Plan Area to Rutland County Council in October 2013.

The plan covers the whole of Langham Parish and was subject to a local referendum in March 2017, where 91% of those who took part voted in favour of the document.

A copy of the Langham Neighbourhood Plan, together with a statement setting out the Council’s decision to make the plan and the reasons for that decision, can be viewed on the Neighbourhood Plans section of our website. 

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