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Barrowden & Wakerley Neighbourhood Plan

The Barrowden & Wakerley Neighbourhood Development Plan (Submission Plan incorporating the Examiner’s modifications and all modifications as per the Rutland County Council (RCC) Decision Statement) complies with the legal requirements and basic conditions set out in the Localism Act 2011 and as a result of the RCC Cabinet resolution on 20th August 2019 has been ‘made’ as confirmed in the Adoption Statement.

The Barrowden & Wakerley Neighbourhood Development Plan is part of the Development Plan of Rutland County Council Local Planning Authority as defined by the Neighbourhood Plan Area Designation on 27th April 2015.

 The made Barrowden & Wakerley NDP can be viewed at Rutland County Council Office, Catmose, Oakham LE15 6HP.

 A referendum was held in Barrowden and Wakerley on Thursday, 17th October 2019 asking eligible voters whether the Barrowden and Wakerley Neighbourhood Development Plan should be used by Rutland County Council and East Northamptonshire Councils to decide planning applications.

 The result of the referendum was: 

In Favour

158 (88%)

Against

22 (12%)

Turnout

39%


Further details of the neighbourhood plan preparation are available on the Barrowden and Wakerley Neighbourhood Plan website


Stage

 Date

 Neighbourhood Area Designated

27 April 2015

 Draft Plan Published

14 January 2019

 Final Plan Submitted

April 2019

 Examiner's Report Approved

18 July 2019

 Referendum

17 October 2019

 Adoption

12 November 2019

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