Date Published: 08 September 2017
Residents in Greetham have voted in favour of a Neighbourhood Plan for their Parish following a referendum on Thursday 7th September 2017.
The Neighbourhood Plan sets out the Parish Council’s views of how Greetham should be developed in future and includes policies on a range of issues such as the environment, energy, transport, housing, economy and the community.
The final plan was subject to public consultation from March to April 2017, before an independent examiner recommended that it should proceed to a referendum.
The referendum on 7th September asked Greetham residents: “Do you want Rutland County Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Greetham to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?”
More than 50% support from those that vote is needed in order to bring a Neighbourhood Plan into force.
The number of people who voted ‘Yes’ in response to the referendum question was 225. The number voted ‘No’ was 23. Total turnout for the referendum was 45%.
The full Declaration of Result of Poll for the Greetham Neighbourhood Plan referendum can be viewed online on our election page.
Further information about the Greetham Neighbourhood Plan itself can be found on our neighbourhood plan page
A Parish Poll was held in Morcott on Thursday 7th September 2017 to seek resident’s views on linked proposals by Burghley Estates to build houses on the Paddock, including the refurbishment of the White Horse Inn.
The poll was requested at a Parish Meeting for Morcott in July and facilitated by Rutland County Council.
The poll asked: “Do you support the current linked proposals by Burghley Estates to build houses on the Paddock including the refurbishment of the White Horse Inn?”
The number of people who responded ‘Yes’ to the poll was: 94. The number of people who responded ‘No’ was: 70. Turnout for the poll was 58%.
Further information about the Morcott Parish Poll, including the full Notice of Results, can be viewed online on our elections page.