Part of the Stisted Neighbourhood Plan

The Stisted Neighbourhood Planning Steering Committee would be grateful if you could take a few moments to answer the following questions regarding areas that YOU think should be included in the list of Stisted villages Local Green Spaces. 

Which, if any, of the following areas do you think should be listed as Local Green Space?

Local Green Spaces are “demonstrably special to the local community and hold a particular local significance, e.g. because of their beauty, historic significance, recreation value, tranquillity or richness of its wildlife” (National Planning Policy Framework - NPPF, para 77).

It is important that you provide examples of use or other reasons explaining why you feel an area should be preserved as Local Green Space as this will help with the future registration of any proposed green spaces that are not already registered.

The information that you provide us with will not be published, though it will be submitted to the Government Inspector as part of the evidence for the Neighbourhood Plan and is subject to the Data Protection Act.

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* 1. The village green (located outside Stisted Academy at the junction between Kings Lane, Rectory Road and The Street).

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* 2. The green on Brickwall Farm (adjacent to Back Lane).

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* 3. Sarcel green between Sarcel and Upper Salters.

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* 4. Chicken Meadow (adjacent to the Church, The Street and Water Lane).

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* 5. The community sports and playing fields (located between Braintree Golf Club and the residences off The Street, accessible from Kings Lane and via the passage alongside the Onley public house).

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* 6. The allotments off Rectory Road.

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* 7. Rolfes Land nature reserve behind the allotments off Rectory Road.

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* 8. Do you have any areas in and around Stisted that you think should be added to this list.

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* 9. Your details

Please note that that we are requesting your name and address in order that your feedback can be considered as evidence by an Government Inspector and is essential to assist in gaining approval of your Neighbourhood Plan. Thank you!


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