Introduction

The 2011 Localism Act has given communities the right to draw up a Neighbourhood Development Plan. This right is aimed at giving local communities genuine opportunities to influence the future of the places where they live.

The Upper Broughton Neighbourhood Plan will allow people, who live, work and have a business in the parish to have a say where they think new houses, businesses and shops should go and what they should look like. The Upper Broughton Neighbourhood Plan will be a statutory plan which means that once it has been finalised, it will be the starting point for deciding planning applications in the area.

Initial consultation in the form of drop-in sessions were held on Saturday 20 and Tuesday 23 February 2016. Feedback from this consultation has helped us to identify some of the key issues that our Neighbourhood Plan needs to address.

This questionnaire seeks your views on these issues, including how much housing to plan for.

We welcome your answers to the questions in this survey as they will help us prepare the Neighbourhood Plan - your feedback is important. Please answer as many questions as you can- questions that require an answer are marked by an asterisk (*).

Your completed questionnaire should be submitted by Monday 30 October 2017. Paper copies of the questionnaire should be returned to:

St Luke's Church, Rectory Drive - Box in porch.
Mill House, Melton Rd
Greystone Cottage, Station Rd

Your response will remain confidential and will be combined with many others to inform the parish view.

Thank you

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