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Abbots Bromley Neighbourhood Plan

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Further work is being carried out on the Abbots Bromley Neighbourhood Plan. 96 responses were received from the initial questionnaire and the results were presented at the parish Assembly on May 18th.   The main issues that will now be looked into in more detail include traffic, transport, parking and housing.  Other key issues coming out of consultation are open space, heritage and the environment.  Up to date information is available on the Abbots Bromley website:  http://www.abbotsbromley.com/neighbourhood_plan


Abbots Bromley Parish Council’s application to the Borough Council for the Parish to be designated as a neighbourhood area was approved on 8th October 2015 following a 4 week consultation period. This now paves the way for Abbots Bromley to begin preparing their Neighbourhood Plan in earnest.

Abbots Bromley Area Map

Abbots Bromley Parish Council has applied to East Staffordshire Borough Council to become a designated Neighbourhood Area as required by section 5 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

As required by section 6 of the regulations ESBC are consulting on the proposed Neighbourhood Area for 4 weeks, from Wednesday 9th September to Wednesday 7th October 2015 at 5pm.

The request letter from Abbots Bromley Parish Council and the parish boundary map are attached below.

Please email neighbourhoodplanning@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk if you wish to comment on the designation consultation.

Link to Designation Letter and Map