The Cranbrook and Sissinghurst Plan is moving towards completion but still needs your input. An eight-week public consultation begins on 16th October and ends on 11th December 2020. The neighbourhood plan is being produced by a steering group of community representatives and includes the contributions of those visiting workshops and exhibitions over the last three years, alongside the group’s own research and investigation. The draft plan is now ready for the eight-week formal public consultation as required by the regulations.

This online questionnaire contains 64 questions and should take around 30 minutes to complete. However, if this is too much time for you, then please just complete the first three questions. Thank you. 

It is recommended that you read a copy of the Pre-Submission Consultation Draft of the Cranbrook and Sissinghurst Plan before completing this questionnaire. It may also be useful to have a copy to hand while completing the survey, either an on-screen version or a print copy. The survey questions refer to page numbers in the draft plan.

Once the consultation period is closed, Cranbrook and Sissinghurst Parish Council and the Steering Group will gather together all the comments received and produce an official consultation statement, listing all the views and opinions submitted, and setting out how the plan is to be amended as a result.

The revised neighbourhood plan will then be formally submitted to the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, the local planning authority. Once complete, the Cranbrook and Sissinghurst Neighbourhood Plan will become a statutory planning document and will be used to guide developments across Cranbrook and Sissinghurst.

Cranbrook and Sissinghurst Parish Council and the Steering Group thank-you for taking the time to contribute your views.
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